Title: On Bullshit
Author: Harry G. Frankfurt
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Series or stand-alone: Non-fiction
One of the most salient features of our culture is that there is so much bullshit.
The only reason I read this book was because it came across my desk as a book that I was sending out through interlibrary loan and it was short and I remembered all the fuss it received when it first came out. Normally I would not read this type of book. And probably won't again.
The author note says he is a renowned moral philosopher and a Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Princeton University. My dad is a degreed philosopher and he is one of the biggest bullshitters I know.
Want to guess what my opinion was of this book?