In this second section I will be focusing on the second type of person described in my home page.
Those who doubt everything. Who don’t trust anyone. They live against the tide and have complex personalities. They don’t believe anything they see. They don’t believe anything they hear. They don’t believe anything they read.
And I will use McCandless and Descartes as examples of this second type of person which leads to the type of reader which I call "Warry reader". I will conlude this section by analyzing the problems of being a "wary reader" and why I don't think this is the reader we should try to become.