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Question's concerning acouple books

MarkR

Premium Member
I haven't even began to try that one although I've heard it's a must.
If you do, make sure you get DeHoyos's annotated version. I tried M&D years ago, and gave up. Now, with the DeHoyos version, I'm about halfway through. It's still a tough read, but Art's annotations help make a lot more sense out of it.
 

Warrior1256

Site Benefactor
I haven't even began to try that one although I've heard it's a must.
Yeah, I was lucky if I understood 20% of it. I then read the annotated version by Arturo de Hoyos and it was MUCH easier to read and understand. This is the version that I recommend if you are going to read it.
 

David612

Registered User
I’m currently reading Morals and Dogma, very fascinating and Pike had some definite ideas which are great food for thought
 
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