Some books get turned down 126 times, only to turn into an instant classic when finally published. Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance did just that, and became a classic book about philosophy as well as human psychology. Combine philosophy, psychology, […]
“Feminist”, it might be one of the most hated and loved words in the modern language. And yet, Adichie explains very clearly why the word and movement are still of the utmost importance. I’ve never thought of myself as a feminist. Not […]
War always destroys more than one can imagine from a distance. All buildings, stuff, personal belongings can be replaced, but a human soul cannot. The cellist of Sarajevo shows the struggle to keep a hold on your own humanity. Let me start with this […]
Time, we never have enough of it. Or so it seems. The concept with the clock, the clock that you build your day around. But what is ‘time’, and mostly: is it the same for all of us? I read this really […]
What makes a fanatic, a fanatic? And why do mass movements have so much power? Important questions, and The true believer explains all while also giving an insight into the human mind. The appeal and mindset of mass movements has not changed in the […]
The story about Robinson Crusoe is world famous, but what if someone were to tell it a little bit differently? Foe gives a whole different spin to the classic tale, and shows different sides of humanity while doing it. When reading about Foe, most I […]
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