What if Don Quixote were a philosophy student? Theo Hoshen, a brilliant philosophy undergraduate, has never read Cervantes' novel. But he has read Aristotle - and how. Which is why, following an outrageous prank performed by a clandestine group of engineering students, he decides to lead some friends in an act of revenge. Things soon get completely out of hand, however, resulting in deep trouble for them all as well as a discovery of truly cosmological proportions. For it appears that there are dimensions of reality that few knew existed...
About the author
Charles Blattberg is a professor of political philosophy at the Université de Montréal.
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