July 28

Rational Polemics by Richard Todd Devens {Review}

Tackling the Ethical Dilemmas of Life

I doubt that anyone can read this book and not find at least one topic to be very controversial for them. The topics were brought up with the intentions of being thought provoking regardless if you agree with the authors points of view.

I know I found myself questioning what I actually believe in, versus what I think I’m supposed to or feel obligated by society, to believe in.

I did find it a bit tedious to get through the whole book, not just because it was full exhausting questions, but because almost all of it was written in opinions and had very little to do with any facts. I finished the book none the less, and I’m glad I did. This is for the reader who isn’t concerned about the facts of dealing with ethical dilemmas in life, and just wants to exercise your mind and questions what is and is not, than this is the book for you.

This book can be read in any order since the chapters are basically comprised of a different topic for each. Skip one, come back to it, read them out of order, it’s all up to you which makes this a great read to be picking up every now and again.

I’d give this book 3/5. Definitely worth the price of the book, and worth the time I spent reading it. I know quite a few people who love this kind of book and would really have fun with all the thought provoking topics discussed.

3

Elizabeth

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Posted July 28, 2015 by stuffedshelves in category "Book Reviews