Monthly Archives: October 2016

An Illustrated book of Bad Arguments, Ali Almossawi

book 46 – An Illustrated book of Bad Arguments When I was in university I took a course on logic which ended up being about logical arguments. I loved it, but, although I retained a few things (begging the question, … Continue reading

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How to Age, Anne Karpf

book 44 – How to Age This might be the most important book I read during this past year. Anne Karpf challenges our way of looking at ageing (and death) as something to be avoided by aggressively pursuing youth and … Continue reading

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson

book 43 – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Every now and then you come across a book that you’ve never read but that is the foundation of a myriad of cultural references that you recognize and completely understand. Dr. Jekyll … Continue reading

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why does E=mc2? (and why should we care?), Brian Cox & Jeff Forshaw

book 42 – why does E=mc2? (and why should we care?) It was so great to read a science book again!! Brian Cox is a beautiful writer, and since I don’t know what parts he actually wrote, I must conclude … Continue reading

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