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2. Read this book.
3. Read negative comments again.
You'll see what I mean.
My only complaint is that I there is too much politics used as examples. I don't disagree with any of those, but I also already understood the premise. There are some people who I would love to share this book with who are capable of thinking with reason, but are still heavily effected by their conditioned emotional responses. When they read the political examples it will cause them to shut down on the real meat of the book. I think that people need to already be thinking with reason and evidence in order to appreciate The Argument, but if you already think that way you don't really need the book. A bit of a cyclical problem.
There were parts of the book that read more like a podcast transcript. Nothing wrong with that, but it was a bit odd. I think however those bits will work quite well in the audio book. I plan on buying the audio version as well once it's available.
[Error posting original review on tablet, so if this is a duplicate, I apologize]
I would say, while this is not a doctorate thesis, this should be one of the required reads at school, together with Economics in one lesson by Hazlitt, and a set of Uncle Eric books by Richard Maybury,
.... if you want to keep your high level of life and your freedom, that is.
Since I’ve been playing catch-up from my own indoctrination-to-awakening, i love that I now feel I have a trusted source who does the due diligence and gets the facts straight. This book was a quick read that I really enjoyed. I highly recommend this for anyone, but especially if you find yourself getting tongue-tied in debates, or overwhelmed with the feeling of hopelessness after combating all the ignorance and false narratives spewed by opponents. This guy is on the Mark!