- ISBN: 9781783782307
- 129x20mm, 432 pages
This bold fascinating book seeks to inhabit other philosophical traditions, with humility but without patronisingly exempting them from the critique he applies to ours... Deft [and] rigorous
Jane O'Grady, Financial Times
There to fill the Sapiens-size hole in your life
Terrific. The intellectual and spiritual generosity of this book makes it an essential text for our fractious and dangerously divided era
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