Lee Wen De Wen De itibaren 63600 İnanlı Köyü/Siverek/Şanlıurfa, Türkiye
Yavaş başlangıç ama mükemmel bir kitap olduğu ortaya çıktı! Bazı bölümleri tekrar okumam gerek ... daha yavaş.
It gives an interesting take on how BP and the oil spill came together. The perspective written brought a better understanding of the history behind it, the process, and what might come next for the MNC.
As literature, I found the book dry, predictable, and overwrought. As philosophy, I found it circular, wholly unfounded, and completely contradicting reality. This book is like a net set for unsuspecting minds. It breaches their defenses with a twisted logic, attempting to preclude any conclusions but the ones it sets forth. Of course, it follows a natural flow from the author's assumptions: power, will, and self-determinism are the foundations of all life. Nothing matters, except that you do what you want. Only if you violate your own integrity are you doing wrong; and yet, this violation is quite easy: it involves believing anything contradictory to those first three assumptions. If you believe this tripe, then you've probably already found a more intelligent and articulate champion for these values. In that case, I'd encourage you to read those authors instead, but ultimately come to the (correct) conclusion that the three aforementioned assumptions are a load of bullshit. If you don't believe this stuff, don't waste your time on this book.