Tag Archives: Books

Kosmic Tsundoku

  I’m not much of a fiction reader. I gravitate towards non-fiction tech and dharma books. I’m now rebuilding my reading list on my blog site. I’ll be adding more as I read and hoard more books. I believe that I suffer from a condition called “Tsundoku“. The problem is that, although I now rarely buy physical […]

Affluenza, Black Swan, and F*** You Money

After reading the book, The Hot Topic (check out my review here), I was encouraged to read more books from a European perspective (I’m still here in Ireland as of this writing). So me and ~myDakini stopped by Eason bookstore yesterday so I could check out new books to read. “You’re addicted to books,” ~myDakini […]

Review: The Hot Topic

As promised, here is my review of The Hot Topic. My apologies for the delay. I had to read the book twice to make sure that I digest its essence. But first, allow me to share my personal context on the global warming issue. I have never read any non-fiction book on global warming prior […]

Review: The End of Faith

“How can we encourage other human beings to extend their moral sympathies beyond a narrow locus? How can we learn to become mere human beings, shorn of any more compelling national, ethnic, or religious identity? We can be reasonable. It is in the very nature of reason to fuse cognitive and moral horizons. Reason is […]

Review: Letter to a Christian Nation

I just finished reading the book, Letter to a Christian Nation, by Sam Harris. In the Note to the Reader section, Harris is clear about the purpose of his book. “While this book is intended for people of all faiths, it has been written in the form of a letter to a Christian. In it, […]