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Albert Camus, John Rawls, and Justice
- Examining Ideas of Man's Search for Fairness
- Narrated by: Eddie Frierson
- Length: 54 mins
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This book examines and compares the concept of justice from the French philosopher Albert Camus and the American philosopher John Rawls.
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Complete waste of time
This is the most disjointed, incoherent, incongruous and rambling essay in the area of philosophy I have ever read. I want my credit back!
This essay is so poorly written that it came across like a an attempt from a grade 8 student who was trying it for the first time. I honestly started wondering if the author had any substantial idea of the subject matter at all. My conclusion, after struggling all the way through it, is that he does not. It barely rises to the bar of "Facebook philosophizing".
It's a complete waste of time. Avoid it and any other essays written by this author.
Final point: Eddie Frierson's voice is clear and easy to listen to, but he really should stop narrating books from this author lest his reputation be damaged by association.
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