Next book is "Thinking in Systems", by Donella H. Meadows, because eventually I'll have to back up all my mutterings about "self-reinforcing behaviors".
Next book is "Winning the Green New Deal: Why We Must, How We Can", edited by Varshini Prakash and Guido Girgenti of the Sunrise Movement. A collection of essays by environmentalists and policy folks.
My next read is Paradise Lost by John Milton.
I finished "The Power" by Naomi Alderman today.
I didn't enjoy the read, but it was thought provoking. The central thesis of the book seemed to be, "our society is based on power, and if women were stronger than men we would see the same oppressive dynamics we see now, reversed."
That's a grim thought.
Next (current) read: if Beale Street Could Talk, by James Baldwin
Next read: Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
Next read: "Just Enough Research" by Erika Hall
"An ego is a beautiful thing to incinerate."
booyakasha and big respect outta all the science guys reading so much paper.
Apart from the new Asterix may I recommend a german classic which is very easy/quick to read-through and available in english
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