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Read this in college and wanted to revisit. Still as good as it was for a basic primer that is also interesting reading (i.e. not just a drawn out text, which never works for me)Published 2 days ago by SC23
Very insightful! One of the only books for school that I've actually kept.Published 5 days ago by Brooke Johnson
A more entertaining way to learn about the history of philosophy. Lots of thought-provoking questions. Glad I read it.Published 6 days ago by S. L. Coffey
If you want a fascinating story along with a great lesson in philosophy, this is the book. I first read it in a graduate level Philosophy of Education class.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
That is right this is a novel about the history of philosophy. It was written by Norwegian professor Jostein Gaarder. Gaarder Now writes other novels and has a large following. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Bernie
Often selected by high school English teachers! That said, it's still a great novel that helps youth explore philosophy, probably for the first time in a structured way.Published 1 month ago by skullmann
Engaging introduction to philosophy for teens and adults. It's one we re-read from time to time.Published 1 month ago by Techie Professor