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Complete woffle

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Reviewed: 01-09-2020

Was suggested to get this, and can’t say I see why it was so loved, some people seem to like this one but myself not so much super hard slog cant remember even an iota of what was said. Explication without conclusion is how I’d describe The Enneads by Plotinus.

Mono culture voice annoying

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Reviewed: 30-08-2020

This is a good book and acts to critic a lot of, what the west considers, fundamental to its culture. It’s a shame the reader sounds like an American documentary presenter they should have gotten someone with a better voice for this type of book.

Recommend reading if studying the Anima and Animus

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Reviewed: 30-08-2020

He uses his biography to explain the duel nature of human personality, what due to religious thinking and social pressures has split the human psyche down the middle, causing a type of schizophrenia between the socially acceptable and the dangerous subconscious.

Recommend reading for young people

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Reviewed: 30-08-2020

This is a very readable book and surprisingly relevant given it was written during Ancient Greece. The topics covered are both helpful and informative pleasingly geared towards the young intellect, this should be a prerequisite for all up and coming individuals looking to teach or initiate themselves into higher modes of education.

Read all the way to the end

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Reviewed: 16-08-2020

This book starts out as a rant against a whole lot of people and is an eye sore but if one can keeps his wits intact the last few chapters are a god send, read to the end.

This book is gold, read if you love philosophy

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Reviewed: 16-08-2020

Arthur Schopenhauer has spent much of his life thinking about the topics and ideas in this book, he makes it very clear that he’s no fan of Immanuel Kants Critic of pure reason and rants a little more then what would be normal. However his topics are very interesting, it is also well written and the 3 volumes go by without notice.

Peterson is a beast

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Reviewed: 16-08-2020

This is a marvel, 30 hours of solid critic and the level of explanatory vocabulary, truely worth it.

Heavy going but very rewarding

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Reviewed: 16-08-2020

This book requires high levels of concentration to gain from what’s being said, however is quite a reward if your up for it.