"The Office and Philosophy provides a brilliant examination of life's unexamined, or "willfully ignored" dilemmas: love trysts, unremitting self-denial, H.R. nightmares, and humiliating personnel blunders. Thankfully, we have none of these problems in Scranton." –Chris Doherty, Mayor of Scranton
"I laughed and laughed and laughed...and then I realized I was reading a different book. And then I read this one. It's pretty good, too."
–Oscar Nunez, Cast Member ("Oscar Martinez"), The Office
"My philosophy in life is to live more like Dwight Schrute. For instance, since the editor of this book asked me for this blurb, that makes me an assistant editor (and not just an assistant to the editor)."
–Jim Bone, mornings, WBSX-97.9X Scranton
“Yet another example of how some popular television shows can make us stop, think and reflect, even as they make us laugh. Who would have thought a show about paper could carry so much weight?”
–Ed Robertson, co-author, The Ethics of Star Trek
It was easy and fun to read.
If you buy this book, you might want to buy 2 or find a friend who would also be inclined to read it so you have someone to discuss the contents with as you read.
I am especially impressed with the very high degree of intellectual integrity and sophistication maintained throughout.
Love anything having to do with the Office. Learning about how the show plays into society and philosophy was fun and educational. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alex
"They say, that no man is an island. False. I am an island. And this island, is volcanic. And it is about to erupt, with the molten hot lava... of strategy." So says Dwight K. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jeffrey Swystun