Saturday August 8, 2020

Book review: Letting go of an individual perspective could ensure our survival

Tom Oliver’s provocative new book dismantles the flawed logic of seeing ourselves as sovereign individuals by highlighting our interconnectedness

8th March, 2020
In The Self Delusion, Oliver quietly but persuasively dismantles the flawed logic of seeing ourselves as sovereign individuals by highlighting our interconnectedness

[Sociology]

The Self Delusion: The Surprising Science of How We Are Connected and Why That Matters

By Tom Oliver

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