I was very enlightened by Harris' notions, and after reading just a few pages I realized that I had been thinking in similar terms as he. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Sharon Raymond
I'm glad that my lack of free will caused me to read this book and understand why I didn't actually choose to read this excellent book ;)Published 7 days ago by Mike K.
Refreshingly succinct and direct in a realm that is most usually characterized by verbosity and sophistry. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Aaron Gehan
“There is paradox here that vitiates the very notion of freedom—for what would influence the influence? More influences? None of these adventitious mental states are the real you. Read morePublished 8 days ago by J Kragt
I used to think that Ken Wilber (see my two-star review of "The Fourth Turning" and three-star reviews of "Integral Psychology" and "A Brief History of Everything") was the most... Read morePublished 16 days ago by L. Ron Gardner
i like this book, but I wouldn't say there were too many surprises.Published 19 days ago by jfizzix
This book was an easy read and very indicative of Sam Harris' views. I would have appreciated a bit more scientific explanation, but his perspective is well taken.Published 21 days ago by Robyn R.