by Noah Cicero
This is a book about a man that decides to live differently. But when he decides to live differently he notices that there a million ways to live. He sees the lives of the rich, blue-collar, poor, the drunk and charitable. He concludes by making his own version of life.
In Treatise, Noah Cicero says that we cannot blame a rich person for wanting more, for outsourcing, or starting a war to get oil because we ALL want more. That inside the human mind is nothingness, and because it is nothingness, we are always lacking, therefore always desiring more. Sartre explained it like that, and Nietzsche explained it as The-Will-to-Power.