Thanks Scottie for clarification, although I have understood it the first time. I was unclear when asking you to expand, I apologize. My mind was set to understanding why and if there was a good enough reason to suggest Tomassi's books to others that come across this thread.Probably not the best choice of words on my part...
I think of "diving into something" as getting down to the nitty-gritty details, really thinking about it, taking it apart and seeing how it works.
1. We must be able to look at something without becoming identified with it (i.e. embracing it)
2. We also need to be able to look into something without rejecting all of it because we disagree with or react to parts of it
Obviously, that's not easy to do most of the time because naturally, we will feel one way or another about the subject matter. But the reality of the subject matter is what it is, and it doesn't care how we feel about it.
In any case, I'm sure there are MANY more pieces of the puzzle yet to be found!
I understand your points fairly well and even in the beginning of the thread I have understood your points and agreed in as far as there are things to consider and accumulate insight..however I was drown to come to a conclusion and see if Tomassi's books were of sufficient enough insight as to be worth the read for others here.
My own opinion and I still hold it, its that its not worth it, but that is not to say I do not understand your point of view it that there are things in the book that are valuable and worth the time spent reading given one is not in a life situation that demands an explanation when shet hits the fan.
In that case , in the case a man comes across this kind of book and gets inspired by Rollo Tomassi's tweets, I can't see why there is any chance of a good influence. On the contrary the advice implied is horrific and borderline pathologic. The book is arguably scientific and imo nothing a man does not intuitively know by his late 20's.
The burden is on us to understand these socio cultural inter-sexual dynamics but there is a fair stretch from that to taking into account implied advice like Game, PUA, spining plates etc. I would not consider giving my son such a direct and distilled version of "all women are like that".
I hope this does not come as negative or contrary to your points because here on the forum we can talk with a different mindset. With the forum mindset and the knoladge accumulated already, it's easier to distill however I am quite curious to the opinion of female here,so far it's mostly guys.
On another tone, there is hardly any guy who cannot find someting to attach to in Tomassi's book and drive it to the bank since so many of us have been through these king of experiences and the model presented in the book is border line imoral despite the Eureka moments.
This is the reason why communities like the red pill and MGTOW and MRA are for the biggest part dulling themselves into black and white beliefs, imo.