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I don't know if I think Straw Dogs is bleak or matter-of-fact, but Gray certainly doesn't give the impression he's wrestling with anything here. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael Moisio
This book is garbage.
John Gray is very well read, particularly in philosophy. It is therefore so surprising that he comes up with such poor arguments. Read more
Probably the best book i have read. You will return to read from it again and again and again. Not kiddingPublished 3 months ago by Nisheeth
So that you don’t disregard my negative review, I need to specify right up front that I agree with most of John Gray’s conclusions. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jack McKever
About halfway through this, and have checked the index for Ernest Becker's name. It's missing. This rather trivially covers some of the same ground as Becker's "The Denial of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Professor R.
The book is very confronting. It makes you think deeply on a number of generally accepted thoughts and concepts. Truly challenging.Published 12 months ago by Leo Kestens
In his manner, Gray is brilliant and mordantly delightful. He is not without an agenda and props up his humanistic target only to bare its bones. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Really a Reader