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September 16, 2012


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I am really quite surprised at Harris' reading list.

There is alot of spirituality and eastern philosophy for someone who appears to be partnered up to the hilt with richard dawkings and christopher hitchens, who i dont think have any time whatsoever for any of that.

Harris is perhaps more open-minded, but he has neither the lucidity of dawkins or the engaging wit of hitchens. In short, i find his books a bit dull. It would be interesting to hear his views on spirituality, since he clearly departs from dennett, dawkings and hitchens on this.

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