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"This is a well-written, inventive and often delightful book that breaks new ground in some awfully well-trodden and often tedious territory. I love how French draws on movies, literature, and ordinary conversation to set up and sometimes help resolve philosophical discussions. His use of literature is excellent-Dickens on space and time, for example-and his philosophical follow-ups are challenging. This book will cause a stir and excite some real discussion."—Robert C. Solomon, author of Passion for Justice: Emotion and the Origins of the Social Contract.