2.5/5. Disappointing when compared to "When Nietzsche Wept", which did manage to engage me a lot more than this one. Part of it has to do with the actual group dialogues, of which I'm not sure whether they're ham-fisted writing, or accurate portrayal because, yes, Rogerian people actually dó talk like that at times; they use phrases like 'stand in your power', 'the therapist's toolkit', and urge you to visualize things such as tearing up a mental note with all your worries written on it (it's tacky, and moreover it seldom works in decreasing worries). Not to mention the ending, which is corny as f**k. The meditations on attachment and death make it a bit worthwhile, but nothing more....Continua
...quote from it. It’s when Zarathustra says,
‘ Was that life ?
Well, then, once again ! ’