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The book is well written and easy to read but I also found it very engaging on an intellectual level.
For some, it will make them think about things in ways they probably never have, for others it will make sense out of things that confused them, for me it did both.
Haidt combines evolutionary and cognitive science, ancient wisdom, and modern psychology to come up with a hypothesis of happiness that makes a great deal of sense.
It's an awesome book , the author made his point great and with many examples and quotes from the past and present tooPublished 11 days ago by mark
great book, I really enjoyed it. It changed how I think about certain things in life, just amazing.Published 20 days ago by Shirin
This is a good book, and I encourage others to read it.
The author's beliefs expressed in chapter one seem very similar to those of F. Nietzsche. Read more
One of the best books I have ever read. Not merely a philosophy but a thoughtful research based work on what to do to make your life more fulfilling. The approach is different too. Read morePublished 26 days ago by BHGiant
Haidt's approach to the study of happiness, and his references to the foundational philosophies of multiple cultures, is a breath of fresh air in a topic that is all too often... Read morePublished 27 days ago by J. T. Gotsick
An intentionally bipolar book, but that somehow does not work.
On the one side, the book provides some fantastic insights on human brain, mind, emotions, behavioral... Read more
What I enjoyed the most about this book was the balanced perspective it shows about spirituality: an atheist recognizing that a relationship with God is crucial to reach a level of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Orlando
In reading this book, I increasingly felt that this book wasn't a prescriptive note on how to be happy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by @souvikstweets