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This is just a general review. I watched a couple of TJ's videos on YouTube and thought he was a pretty smart guy. I bought his book and I still feel that he is very smart. He just needs to work on his writing skills a little.
Some of the main issues I had while reading was that he'd state an idea and not elaborate or just assume the reader would agree/know what he's talking about. He also used a lot of complex language and, although I don't really mind that, found that it (coupled with the non-elaboration) just added to my annoyance while I was reading.
Two of my favorite philosophers are Sartre and Camus, so I'm not a stranger to complex and philosophical literature. I really liked TJ's perspective; I just feel that if he were to sort of "spit shine" his writing style, this book could've really been a great piece of literature.
Other than that, it's not that bad.
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