Genre = Philosophy
An ask of philosophers to do better. Philosophy creates the world in own image, rather than see variation and diversity of thought. The philosophers believe their own interpretation of everything. Claiming truth and falseness in relation to their philosophy. Trying not to be dogmatic while imposing their own views. More fearful of being understood than misunderstood. Truth is something they hold dear but cannot afford a systematic valuation. Often times becoming the very things they denounce.
This book is very difficult to read because it is not a systematic account. Seemingly random thoughts strung together. The thoughts appear to have a connection with each other, but it is a fragile connection. Very little cohesion with poor transitions between the ideas. A reader will find many beautiful statements, but the statements are in isolation. Little reasoning behind the claims, but appear to hold some truth to them. Every reader will find something in the book, find something relative to what they are looking for.