Friends, Lovers, Chocolate

Recorded books are my solution to freeway stress. Not only can the reader's voice be delightfully soothing, but my desire to know what happens next changes how I view any traffic delay!

I recently finished listening to Friends, Lovers, Chocolate. Book two in Alexander McCall Smith's Sunday Philosophy Club series features Isabel Dalhousie, editor of the Review of Applied Ethics. It is from Isabel that I learned of William James' notion of the one white crow--only one white crow is needed to challenge the generally accepted idea that all crows are black.

I like the philosophical implications ... I'm busy looking for a whole murder of white crows.

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