Alan Watts
Souvenir, London, 2011: originally published 1966, English
Nonfiction, General
ISBN: 9780285638532

Watts, with the help of Hindu philosophy, challenges the Western notion that the self is an independent entity distinct from and in conflict with the world. He offers a new way to conceptualize the relationship between ego and universe.

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Sagi Haviv

The great virtue of this book is that it dissects how we’ve been trained to view life and reality in a way that both exposes the fault lines and empowers you to think anew. I aspire to be that daring when it comes to thinking independently.

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