Discover Your Genius by Gerald Sindell

This 11-step guidebook is a complete disappointment. I had foolishly considered the notion that perhaps a book that didn't use statistical evidence or clinical psychological trials might hold some kernel of wisdom. After all, philosophers and Eastern religious texts offer interesting insights that I find worth consideration. To off-set the chance of disappointment, I had … Continue reading Discover Your Genius by Gerald Sindell

Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson

Link to Amazon website for the book: Winner-Take-All Politics Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson Must Read: for those who care about economic inequality and feel disillusioned or depressed by the inaction in Washington. This is one of the most eye-opening books about modern political policy, political history of how the Super-rich took … Continue reading Review of Winner-Take-All Politics by Hacker and Pierson

Dating and interviewing: How improving one skill improves others by Aadi Reddy

This book suffers from a myriad of run-on sentences, awkward wording that often times makes little sense within the context of the sentence, and it reads like an unedited diatribe of whatever was on the author’s mind. The title seems misleading; the author offers a scant few hypothetical examples that rely on the author’s obvious … Continue reading Dating and interviewing: How improving one skill improves others by Aadi Reddy

Schopenhauer’s book “The Wisdom of Life”

Schopenhauer’s book “The Wisdom of Life” is pretentious garbage. Nietzsche’s assessment of Schopenhauer, which seemed altogether extreme, turned out to be correct. Schopenhauer was a nihilist of the most lamentable sort – you read that right: Schopenhauer was a nihilist that was more lamentable than traditional nihilism. The framework of Schopenhauer’s “The Wisdom of Life” … Continue reading Schopenhauer’s book “The Wisdom of Life”

An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis: An angry and ludicrous tangent

Let me dispense with the quick ad hominem that I'm sure will follow this review. I didn't give such a negative review because of the argument that this book favors; I'm giving it a bad rating because I sincerely find no compelling reason to view the contents of this book as anything more than an … Continue reading An Atheist Manifesto by Joseph Lewis: An angry and ludicrous tangent