well either your critical thinking skills are well developed in which case you'll come to view the whole book as a backward, nonsensical farcei bought the trial and death of socrates this morning at uni
anyone read it am i going to become a philosophical, foetal mess or what
that is not going to happenwell either your critical thinking skills are well developed in which case you'll come to view the whole book as a backward, nonsensical farce
or you'll become infected with platonism.
seriously, of all the philosophers you could read, you picked plato. next you'll be telling me how diseases are really caused by evil spirits that exist in a realm accessible only to philosophers
nah just read it and form you own opinionsthat is not going to happen
make some recommendations then please, sir.
That's good to see.Only read the intro and first 3 pages so far. He seem reasonably balanced. Has already stated from the outset that he is not going to brush over the bad parts (slavery, subjugation, oppression etc), but is still of the belief that classifying all of colonialism as "evil" is just as fundamentally wrong as classifying the British Empire as a benevolent overlord with the indigenous population's best interest at heart. He is of course British.
Yeah. Unless it's so over the top that it's just funny. Mein Kampf was hilarious. Some of the links he tried to make between Jews and the problems of the world were ridiculously tedious.That's good to see.
Nothing worse than reading something where the author has clearly got an agenda.