Lila: An Inquiry Into Morals Topics for Discussion

Robert M. Pirsig
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Define Metaphysics and explain the difference between subject-object metaphysics and a Metaphysics of Quality.

In terms of "morals," why are the characters Jamie and Fatso important to the story?

How do you, as the reader, feel about the idea of insanity after reading this book and does it effect the way you will interact with people who operate outside the "norm"?

Clearly, Robert Pirsig is a creative philosopher to have thought these concepts through so deeply and thoroughly. Why are people like him important to society? How does he compare to the Zuni brujo?

Describe Phaedrus in terms of Dynamic Quality. How is he a proponent of it in his day-to-day living?

Some of the critics claim that even after having read the book several times, it is still confusing and unclear what Pirsig is trying to say. Do you feel that way and...

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