"We believe our interpretations of reality intensely, and we want other people to join us in our interpretations to make us feel secure. We believe our interpretations are reality and if we can get enough votes we will prove it."
As the title suggests, this is a book about being honest to yourself and to others. Only by being honest can we escape the "jail of the mind" and build powerful and deep connections with others.
"Radical Honesty" is an apt title for the philosophy - honesty with no exceptions. The movement does come across as a little bit cultish, and one wonders if the benefits of radical honesty are a little less black and white than what's portrayed. Yet it's a thought provoking and worthwhile read, especially if you want to live a more authentic life.