Chapter 3 And The Anatoli Sharansky Story

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Brenden and Robert, You both make excellent points. Some of my key insight/learning and ah-ha moments: -Although I enjoyed Ch1 and 2. I became deeply engrossed in Chapter 3 and the Anatoli Sharansky story. He was very much caught in the Faustian tension, a conflict between conscience and pragmatism, which is the said to be the core of this book. -By asking the sixth question of, “What issues of recognition and legitimacy are implicated in my decision?” This is where the book becomes interesting and goes beyond the typical negotiation cost and benefit analysis and bargaining theory. The Sharansky story hits on morality and the consideration of honor, identity and personal integrity/obligation.
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