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Official Poll - Jan/Feb 2004 Book of the Month(s)

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Re: Official Poll - Jan/Feb 2004 Book of the Month(s)

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I voted for Looking for Spinoza. Chomsky's book, though I'd like to read it, will probably be a bit much right after Franken's. Given the heatedness and direction some of the debates have been taking I think we could all use a break from politics. Also, I believe that a Conservative or Moderate should be the author of our next political selection; certainly it isn't only leftist political thought that is welcome at BookTalk, is it?Anyway, I've always found human emotion and its underlying causes fascinating. Love, loyalty, grief, etc... are often thought of as belonging to "the soul", so I'd enjoy exploring a scientific inquiry into the subject.S

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