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Jodi Picoult'u seviyorum ve bakış açısı bir karakterden diğerine değişmeye devam ediyor, bu da zaman zaman kafa karıştırıcı olabilir. Kardeşimin Bekçisi ile oldukça benzer. Yanlış doğumun etik ve ahlaki ikilemine iyi bir bakıştı ve düşünmeye devam ettim, ne yapardım?

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Bu kitap ilginç bir perspektifti ... sanırım. Adamın beyzbol sütunlarının bir koleksiyonudur. Arka kapak bunu "nazik zekâ" olarak tanımlıyor ama bence bu "sıkıcı" bir örtmece. Kitabın ikinci yarısının çoğunu gözden kaçırdım. Black Sox skandalıyla ilgili bölüm nispeten ilginçti ve her zaman beyzbol tarihiyle ilgili şeyleri seviyorum. Ama çoğu zaman süper sıkıcıydı.

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It's a classic for a reason - Hofstadter has this idea burning a hole in his brain, and he lays it out for you over and over again throughout the novel, now with math, now with music, now with computer languages, now with neuroscience, now with Zen, now with visual art. His central thesis is that recursive loops - in all of these areas - are the foundational structures of consciousness. It's philosophy through math, perhaps the greatest work of philosophy through math, and it's a fascinating, absorbing read. Hofstadter does what he can to make the math and the concepts approachable - little dialogues between Achilles and the Tortoise illustrate each chapter's central theme or thesis (plus, they're funny and cute) and he breaks the math down to pretty basic levels, so as long as you're willing to read with a pencil and a pice of paper, you can follow long pretty well. The only thing is...it's really, really long, and by the time I got to the neuroscience/computer language section of the book, about three quarters through, I was sort of like...I get it, recursive loops, paradoxes, artificial intelligence, let's move on. Also, it took me months to read, partially because I kept picking it up and putting it down, but also because I occasionally got frustrated by the hard work it required (though your mileage may vary; I hadn't done any real math since high school. A course in symbolic logic might make the book smooth like silk.)