Books, music, etc. from March 2015

Books

Livio’s Brilliant Blunders was decent.

Fox’s The Game Changer didn’t have much concrete advice. Mostly it was a sales pitch for motivation engineering without saying much about how to do it within an organization.

Drucker’s Management Challenges for the 21st Century was a mixed bag, and included as much large-scale economic speculation as it did management advice.

Adams’ How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big was a very mixed bag of advice, which then tries unconvincingly to say it isn’t a book of advice.

Favorite tracks or albums discovered this month

Stuff I wrote elsewhere

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Luke, I appreciated your meticulous review of Sam Harris’ “The Moral Landscape” http://commonsenseatheism.com/?p=12020

    I thought you might like to see a couple of pages from my website which address some of the objections to his book head-on.

    http://yellowgrain.co.uk/healing_principle.html
    http://yellowgrain.co.uk/personal_morality.html

    The site is intended both as an answer to religious criticism of atheist morality, and as a guide to morality for atheists.

    Best wishes
    Simon Perry.

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