In some cultures this would be the front cover, you have to travel their roads on the left which they call the right. Use breeds context which of course is the source of all meaning. We all take context for granted, don't we? Do you know where your context is right now? You know how we can listen to certain music, and participate for a while? We don't have to hum, we just feel part of it, well we do become part of it, as the riff goes roundabout. Now, if you read Henry's book slowly, open yourself, like the book will be open to you, then you will become part of this book's thoughts. It's the same. Yes, there are stories and we all get lost in stories, but there are also streets of thought, new and changing perspectives. You will make new associations, seeing old ones for the first time for what they really are, just one of many possibilities. And then, you will realize that philosophy and music can be one and the future, if we just make it so. This book will appeal to those who like jam or jazz music.Ever drive down Sunset and see the hawkers with maps to the rich and famous in the hills? The maps help tourist drive by the gates and supposedly learn who lies beyond and within. Well, the attached has a map of sorts, dedicated and inspired by Ludwig Wittgenstein. It shows how to take roads to see what lurks beyond the gates of ourselves and how we think. Some think it a bit more worthwhile.Has the Age of the Philosopher Warrior begun?-Harry P. Holmes, author of The Greatest Golf Book Ever Written
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Published November 15, 2004
by iUniverse, Inc..
Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.