This was another book recommended to me by my Seminary teacher. It’s hard to describe what the book is about because (as the book is constantly proclaiming) it has no unifying theme. It’s really just a bunch of economical questions that are analyzed (not necessarily answered) using data and logic. It was a very interesting book, overall, and I learned a lot about… well, stuff, anyway.
I’ve always been semi-fascinated by the way that people have been programmed to look at things and the way things seem after looking at them logically. Also, analyzing things without moral biases and without trying to come up with a right or wrong answer.
Though, I think the best part of the whole book is probably the cover.

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