13 essays on the nature of choice.
Choice is full of contradictions. Turn on the television, open a magazine, walk down a city street and the options bombard us. The right to choose is synonymous with our view of freedom, but are we bedevilled by it as much as privileged? And are there some choices we don’t know how to make?
Taking widely differing approaches from the intimate to the discursive, the thirteen contributors to this collection of essays put choice to the test.
|Dimensions||22 × 12 × 2 cm|