It is said what it is to persist in time, and on that basis it is shown that time-travel, teleportation, and other mainstays of science fiction are impossible.
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Lucid and pure, a beautiful book
In terms of content, top two or three, in terms of narration, top 10.
The combination of discursive and narrative elements. It was rigorous, like a mathematical proof, and yet lyrical, poetic, and entertaining (also funny!)
Very British, in a good way; clear, articulates the material well.
Deep and hard
The author should make some shorter books that are written just for audio. I got the feeling that this was originally written to be read. It flows well, and I liked it, but sometimes the internal references are bit confusing.
a perfect book
yes. it is like tolstoy, in that it flows so well, but also philosophical. like the last chapter of war and peace
the part about 'thinghood' being about 'dynamic and predictive integrity.' all the cool phrases, which bundled together cool concepts.
all of it.
the narrator was wonderful.
utterly worth it.