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The Proper Study of Mankind by Isaiah Berlin
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Oct 27, 2010

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He writes as he spoke as he thought: in perfectly constructed long complex sentences with parentheses, subordinate clauses and footnotes; it is, therefore, a slow read but very rewarding. I think his ideas on what is freedom are of vital and current importance in the world of social and political unrest that is evolving.
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Shantanu Sengupta I cannot agree more.

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Andrew James As I said, this is slow (but rewarding)reading: I'm still on it nearly a year later!

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