Jian Guo Guo itibaren Minhocal, Portekiz
This is an exciting new book that uses ideas from Hegel and Heidegger especially to try to develop an adequate conceptuality for comprehending the distinctively self-transforming character of human life. I recommend starting with the 4 (final) chapter, because it is here that we discover the essential human situation that is the basis for the books argument--from this point, the earlier, more technical chapters make clear sense, whereas reading through them in sequence might leave the reader unsure why the book is unfolding as it does. I recommend this especially to readers interested in pragmatism or existentialism.
I loved this book. I initially began reading it to see if the content was appropriate for my 6-year. It's a timeless story that's enjoyable for young and old alike. I think it's destined to become a classic.