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While reading The Silence of Animals, it reminded me of a movie, Waking Life, that touches on several of the ideas in the book. Here are a couple. If you can think of any other media references, share them here. A self-destructive man feels completely alienated, utterly alone. He’s an outsider to the human community. […]
“If there is anything unique about the human animal it is that it has the ability to grow knowledge at an accelerating rate while being chronically incapable of learning from experience.” I am really enjoying this book. Good pick.