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Book review: The Ego Trick, by Julian Baggini

This book is intended for readers who are not professional philosophers. Baggini is co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Philosophers' Magazine, which is primarily intended for non-specialist readers, so he is very accustomed to writing for an audience of this kind. That is not to say that it shirks tackling difficult subjects, but it does so in accessible language. [More]

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