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The Codex (Kindle Single)

The Codex (Kindle Single) By {author, Free Download The Codex (Kindle Single) - by Oliver Broudy Free Download The Codex (Kindle Single) - by Oliver Broudy - The Codex (Kindle Single), The Codex Kindle Single Call it The Flattening Effect The process by which mystery is leached from life and replaced by weary literalism Age is the primary culprit abetted by desensitizing technology and the reductive sho

  • Publication date‏:‎ October 5, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 116 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 42 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

Free Download The Codex (Kindle Single) - by Oliver Broudy, The Codex (Kindle Single), Oliver Broudy, The Codex Kindle Single Call it The Flattening Effect The process by which mystery is leached from life and replaced by weary literalism Age is the primary culprit abetted by desensitizing technology and the reductive shove of science At a certain point thought becomes synapse talk becomes tweet and all Netflix movies seem to merit three stars Gradually the world recedes from your touch u

The Codex (Kindle Single)

Free Download The Codex (Kindle Single) - by Oliver Broudy Free Download The Codex (Kindle Single) - by Oliver Broudy - The Codex (Kindle Single), The Codex Kindle Single Call it The Flattening Effect The process by which mystery is leached from life and replaced by weary literalism Age is the primary culprit abetted by desensitizing technology and the reductive sho The Codex (Kindle Single)

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The Codex (Kindle Single)

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  1. I purchased this Single because I really enjoyed The Saint , another Single that the author wrote And the cover art was striking also.The long introduction I just found wonderful I would read a paragraph and put my Kindle down and drift off on the evocative prose and imagery I did not want it to end One of the problems with the Single format is when you find a great read, it ends all too soon And then he gets off the plane and it turned into an ordinary story for me Yes, it was interesting, stil [...]


  2. I pretty much hated it I had to give it 4 stars, however, because it was quite well written and was indeed insightful I hated it because I really wanted the philosophy without the edge I am not into things about the visual arts, and I can t stand sordid tales That being said, he did avoid being smutty I liked his take on adulthood and apathy I just didn t make the connection between learning to see and need to see the content of the Codex Maybe that s because I am not the edgy, artsy type All in [...]


  3. I read this book about a month ago and am finally writing a review I laugh thinking about it now the subject matter and the fact the author has made this an interesting nonfiction story It s a memorable subject never expected to read about something like this.Maybe Broudy would disagree with, but this story seems part adventure like a Dan Brown story about a guy on some quest for an answer to an age old mystery and partially like a Michael Lewis study on a subject you may have heard but never re [...]


  4. If you re looking for a story with a plot this book is not for you Broudy takes a philosophic look at the dissolution of true happiness as we age Sexuality and its transformation from innocence and beauty to hard cold commercialization is used as a metaphor Broudy shows how people lose sight of the beauty that surrounds them and in search for beauty and happiness become self obsessed The veneer of beauty vanishes, and we become alien to each other, and to ourselves To regain true happiness and o [...]


  5. I started this with no idea what it was about, and was pleasantly surprised Though the subject matter wont be of interest to everyone, the philosophical ideas discussed are universal.Several passages took my breath away and had to be read over again for my mind to fully comprehend them, not because they were complex but because they were so beautifully simple that I couldn t process them right away.


  6. This book gets right to the heart of that thing which is hard to pin down or name I had that feeling of recognition as if when you finally grasp something that you ve been trying to understand or recognize It was sometimes even hard to read and look in the face what I know is certainly true about the way we are Loved it Explicit but not gross He walks that line carefully and ultimately help me realize the sheer fact of being is pretty amazing Experiencing this life, this world, this body is not [...]


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