The Tyranny of Merit- Michael J. Sandel

Quick feelings
Didn't expand thoughts, disappointed

I had high expectations from the book because of my love for Sandel and his charm of making philosophy meaningful for everyone. Had looked forward to reading this for a while, and I guess that's what led to the disappointment.

Not a bad book at all, but if you are even slightly conscious of your privilege and merit, there wouldn't be much to find in it. He traces back the origins of hardwork and the feeling of deserving something in a lot of depth from religious history.