This year, I read Justice for Hedgehogs[^aff] by Ronald Dworkin. In philosophy, ethics was always my favorite topic. In fact, I always was into most of the topics of practical philosophy. I heard about the book a few times already and I thought it'd be great to extract knowledge from a contemporary author's work for my Zettelkasten. Also, people said Dworkin is kind of resurrecting a Socratic take on morality, so I was intrigued from the start.
These are the posts so far in chronological order:
- I create a plan and read the book: skim for basic understanding first, take Zettel notes from your first findings, then read selectively for deeper understanding.
- After skimming the book, I create topic clusters and prepare the project.
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