- Brothers: On his Brothers and Brothers in History: by George Howe Colt
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- The Black Swan: Second Edition; A really worthwhile read!
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Category Archives: Book Reviews
Brothers, by George Howe Colt, is a combination memoir and psychological examination of the relationship between brothers. Colt alternates between an examination of his relationship with his three brothers (from their early childhood into adult life) and a psychological … Continue reading
“A thought provoking book” is a gross understatement when it comes to Nassim Taleb’s The Black Swan. Taleb forcefully argues that the way we think we understand the world is not valid. Taleb asserts that randomness, unforeseen and unpredictable events, … Continue reading
For those with an opportunity, the play, Freud’s Last Session, by Mark St. Germain, is highly recommended. This play features an elderly Freud, dying of cancer, engaged in an intense discussion with C.S. Lewis. Freud angrily challenges Lewis’ faith in … Continue reading