Loved the great personal and historical stories of solidarity and tribalism.
The only very slight criticism would maybe be the structure. Everything melted together a bit.
Sometimes you listen someone put wods on something that was already known. Tribe was that for me.
If you could sum up Tribe in a few words, what would they be?
Would you listen to Tribe again? Why?
Yes, I think so.
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
How many of our psychological issues in the West is directly linked to individualism.
What could the authors have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I don't know. Maybe a little short.
What about Nick Landrum's performance did you like?
Any additional comments?
Watch his documentaries "Restrepo" and "Hell On Earth".
well written, well read. important topic that is very relevant to the chaotic state of the world we see today. 5 bags of popcorn .
well researched pamphlet on the greatest threat to Western society. extremely interesting to listen to and learn from.
Our society is operating dramatically out of line with our evolutionary biology. This book is one of the few I have read that really shines a light on the gaping hole in human health we need to focus on but are not; deep meaningful socialization. This is a must read for anyone who has realized our societal structure is missing something huge but has been unable to pinpoint it.