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In the case of Aristotle, the attempt to over simplify his message misses the point completely. The Doctrine of the Mean has much less significant than these authors propose. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nicholas Strauss
I am not a philosopher and never will be, but I absolutely enjoy sitting down and reading this book. I can select the subject that I am most interested in at the moment. Read morePublished 13 months ago by E. J. Smith
This was a very informative book and was broken down in a very easy and comprehensive way for the reader. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Regg
While I haven't finished reading this, so far I've learned a lot about philosophy. Well worth the time and money.Published 17 months ago by Cindy
Here is an excellent example of how the heavily biased writing of some academics,
spreads misinformation about Philosophy and about the world we live in, and how such... Read more