As a liberal-minded, London-based philosopher prepared to engage in the mainstream press with major topics of the day, A.C. Grayling is always up for a challenge. Although much of Grayling's commentary conforms to the classical liberal view of things, now and then logic dictates that he takes a stance that may seem radical in those terms.
Simon Caterson reviews 'The Challenge of Things: Thinking Through Troubled Times' by A.C. Grayling
The Challenge of Things: Thinking Through Troubled Times
by A.C. Grayling
Bloomsbury $35 pb, 320 pp, 9781408864616
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