Through the book, I discovered this previously unpublished article "Work and Play" which I was not aware of. This brief article will give the reader a sample of the author's writing style and method of philosophizing. http://www.firstthings.com/article.php3?id_article=4057
"Philosophy, science, and history are, then, activities that belong not to “work” but to “play.” In pursuing them or in reading the thoughts of those who pursue them we are not, strictly speaking, “working” but “playing.” "
Let this article, I hope, serve as enticement to further philosophizing with one of the greats of the last century.