Re: Why has this book not generated much discussion?
It's silly for me to say that I'm too busy, as I post here almost every day. But I usually have about an hour in the mornings and an hour late at night where I come to open or close my gym. During that time, I come online and see if anyone has replied in the philosophy forums. The rest of the time I'm out checking on my other businesses.
Also, I bought a few philosophy books and am reading through them. How We Believe by Michael Shermer is one, you guys have already gone through that one, I'm just trying to get up to speed.
I usually read about an hour a night, a book a week, and my pile is getting short enough so I can fit in the books for future discussions.
If no one has read the book yet, I'd recommend "Man is the Measure" by Rueben Abel for next month. It's somewhat of an introduction to philosophy and is very comprehensive. I've just started it, so I'd be able to participate in any discussions of it.