Dad often came home with stories about the best and worst in human beings. We talked about why people did bad things. Life was understood as a series of choices, actions and consequences.
It didn‘t keep me interested.
I couldn‘t handle this. I only got 100 pages in before giving up. The whole first 100 is about her interviewing people after traumatic events. I love Chat10 so I was expecting the book to be more about her. No no no!
I‘m bailing on this. If it gets better after chapt 3, let me know and I‘ll try again.
About the decisions we make and the influence they have on our search for meaning. An analysis of the yearn for profits over ethics. This book was written in 95‘ so some of the references are a bit outdated: although it does have some contemporary/timeless themes. I wouldn‘t bother reading this, but some may find it a useful reminder that meaning can‘t be found in the enduring fight for money. And will be found in charitable actions instead.
I loved this book. I read it as part of a constitutional law subject at uni. Anyone interested in the way in which race and gender influences judge made law should definitely read this beautifully written and highly articulate book.