In the same context the author repeats an old error, suggesting that there exists a connexion between tyranny and monism, although history itself teaches us that there can be tyranny in dualist or even atheist cultures, while, on the other hand there can be and there has been openness in monistic cultures.
The author is linking individuality and mortality so tight (see e.g. p. 7: “individuality and its mortal temporality…”), that one is tempted to think of death as a blessing! Adluri tries to recognise in (some aspects of) the philosophical thinking a love-for-home or homesickness, when the experience of home includes that of death. But how is it possible for men to see in death their home? I can not but be surprised when I read that “Parmenides’ kouros seeks a home in the realm of being; but, crucially, he is not satisfied with this and returns, I argue, to his true home”, to the time and place of death, where he finally, I guess, finds satisfaction… This is just absurd. (Cf. the author’s reply on this remark, in the “Comments” section, right after the review.)