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Prompt care for this book and the book is in nearly new condition.Published 9 months ago by David Dilcher
critchley has good ideas, and this is one - to tell tales of how they died - but the small entries are unsatisfying in the end, and what seems like an attempt at sort-of bathroom... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Leslie Gardner
This is an easy book to pickup/putdown at any point. The entries are typically very brief, but the chronological flow through the ages and their philosophers makes this a light... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nippon
Stick to it, Amazon.
As for the book under (is it 15 words yet?) consideration I say:
It consoles and it's short.
The author, a well-known philosopher himself, shares with us the benefit of his research on what nearly 200 philosophers from Socrates to Critchley himself have to say about the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Herbert L Calhoun
This is a nice casual read that feels like a takeoff on the deaths of the philosophers' jokes. Many even turn out to be the best guess for the greats and not so greats (Socrates? Read morePublished 22 months ago by W. Jamison