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Frayn constantly mixes up arguments and seems to almost willfully miss the point.
Michael Frayn's book is an enjoyable and rewarding read that brings a fresh perspective to our journey as knowing creatures.
Through a great deal of thought, study, experimenting and effort we have established a view of the universe.
I did not realize I had this and will check my Kindle to see if it is there. Due to this fact, I cannot comment one way or another on the book.Published on January 6, 2013 by Upsie Downs
I thoroughly enjoyed Michael Frayn's philosophical musings. "The Human Touch" is a fine partner in my bookcase with such volumes as Byan Magee's "Confessions of a Philosopher" and... Read morePublished on March 23, 2010 by Bruce Caithness
Product arrived extremely quickly for an international address.
When the item arrived it was in the described condition, which was stated to be in excellent... Read more
I found this book irritating. Frayn constantly mixes up arguments and seems to almost willfully miss the point. Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by A. P. Welsh
This is an astoundingly brilliant, yet accessible, exploration of man's true nature. As part of my joy and work, I have read many of the wisest thinkers who have set words to... Read morePublished on June 20, 2007 by Robert O. Leaver
Frayn is an OK playwright and novelist. I enjoyed Copenhagen and Headlong (though I thought Spies was sentimental drivel in a manner akin to this tome). Read morePublished on May 14, 2007 by Dr. Hugh C. Palfrey