Made me reflect quite a lot!
Kral Albertus’s book has made me reflect upon my words, actions and decisions with his last book ‘Free Will, Do you have it? As it happened to him, once you ask yourself if you can change your behaviour or why you are supposed to do something, you discover that a motive is expected for us for our every single action or choice. So do we have free will? Can we just accept I’m making a decision based on nothing? These questions are discussed throughout the book. Albertus is clear and his words are really easy to follow. He puts forward a revolutionary way of thinking, which is innovative, challenging and truly interesting for me. I believe everyone should give this book a try and I’m sure it will have a strong impact on them.
Inspiring and educating reader
This is the improved and refined edition of “Free will: Do you have it?” Albertus Kraus, the author of this book, presents his thoughts and personal beliefs about the issue of Free Will. He calls his theory on the subject “Procirclism”, and he develops his ideas in a clear, straightforward way. I was totally surprised by the content of this reader, because the author could completely change my perspective. Not only my mindset has been transformed by this book, but also it affected my daily life. Thus, I can say that this text is revolutionary. I recommend this piece to those who are looking for inspiration to change!
Full of valuable information
Let me start by saying that I think this is an excellent book! It is very well researched and full of loads of valuable information. I really enjoyed reading it, since it is thorough but simple at the same time, and also well-structured and very helpful. I was initially skeptical to start this read, thinking that free will is one of those philosophical questions destined to never be resolved. However, after reading its pages I’m convinced that I was wrong. And this was quite an eye opener to me. I had read several other books and scholarly papers arguing both for and against the existence of free will, but nothing compelled me to disagree with the arguments and conclusions. Personally, I found every page informative and very well written, so I recommend this masterpiece.
“Free will, do you have it?” is an inspiring book written by Albertus Kral. The logical answers to the question stated in the title of this book are “yes” or “no”. However, the writer proposes a new theory that could respond to this question in a different way, Procirclism. I found this book appealing and insightful. Procirclism is explained in a logical and detailed manner. The author employs a prose devoid of any artifice guiding the reader firmly and simply to follow a process of thinking that will lead them to a full understanding of the issue and to a novel kind of awareness. There are some topics that seemed a bit difficult at the beginning, but I continued reading and in the end, I could enjoy this book a lot. I recommend it.
It gave a further insight into free will
As the title suggests, this book addresses a question since there are usually two different views related to whether we have free will or not. People believe we have it or we don’t, but they don’t go beyond those two extremes. Author Albertus Kral proposes a third option that has never been mentioned or talked about before, he describes a theory called “Procirclism” which basically suggests that behavior is the result of a process, but not a choice. The narrative and proposal are very interesting and allow looking at things from another perspective. The 8 chapters are easy to follow and readers’ minds would be opened after finishing them. I loved the fact that it gave me further insights into philosophical issues. Great book!
I completely recommend it!
In this interesting book, Albertus Kral, starts with an interesting premisse: “behaviour is the result of process, rather than choice”. He presents a new theory on free will, called “Procirclism”, that according to the author can be applied to all human behaviour. I very much agree with the author when he maintains that no choice is made without a reason. This amazing book made me question myself, and think if there is always a reason or influence when I do what I do. The words shared may appear simple but the meaning they carry is heavy. The writing is easy to follow and flows quite nicely. This book is a unique book of its genre. It introduces philosophical concepts in an accessible, concrete way. This powerful book is a great addition to anyone’s bookshelf, I completely recommend it!