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Books of Interest on Amazon

I notice that Rodders’ autobiography is released today, not surprisingly, already #113 on Amazon. I hope it’s as cracking a read as Keef’s book released two years ago. I also notice that A Companion to Michael Oakeshott is doing exceedingly well (#115,780) which for a purely academic book is pretty darn amazing (assuming of course…

A Dialogue on Consciousness/Amazon’s Recommendation Algorithm

Thanks to Amazon’s Recommendation Algorithm I chanced upon this book. I haven’t read it yet but it promises that it would provide a light (though hardly condescending) interlude between other drier and more technical works and the more stilted fictional attempts on which to hang the issues. And any work that makes philosophical approaches to…