The Choice (philosophy book)
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|Author||Eliyahu M. Goldratt|
|Publisher||North River Press|
The Choice (2008) is a philosophy book, where the author Eliyahu M. Goldratt explains his way of thinking about reality and the consequences of thinking clearly.
The book is structured as a dialogue between the author and his daughter Efrat, where he attempts to explain clearly the way he thinks, and the obstacles that prevent people from thinking in the same fashion. Interspersed between the dialogues are short cases that demonstrate or further explore the points raised in the discussion.
In the Revised Edition (2010) Efrat's own notes are included as she made during the conversation with her father, helping the reader determine the true essence of the book.
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