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I bought this book because it was recommended for further reading in my philosophy class.
It is short, easy to read, and extremely useful for anyone who is even remotely interested in the subject of philosophy.
This book serves as a great, short introduction to Russell's approach to the problems of philosophy.
This is a review of this very influential “little” book by an author, who was one of my early heroes but who now fails to deliver convincing argumentation in this (therefore)... Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. J. Spencer PhD, DIC, BSc
I must say the first thing that I noticed was no index in the front. I viewed a few other versions and it just seems like this version is missing something. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff Johnson
Additional required reading "Logicomix" the graphic novel. A biography of Russell told in graphic form by Greek authors and artists about the nature of Truth.Published 3 months ago by god
I like about everything Russell writes. He was a great thinker. After reading him I am reminded of an on-line philosophy prof. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gary Gentry
Since I am more a Kantian that anything else, I was not as involved with reading this as some might be. It does, however, offer a good example of "contemporary" writings.Published 4 months ago by rick
The book arrived in perfect condition and is exactly what I thought I was buying. Just ensure you want this particular version of this famous piece and you can't go wrong.Published 6 months ago by Bob
I liked this book. It is a short read. Basically, it is about common sense ideas. Surprised this book is in existence, since it was actually written around 1912. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cynthia L. Wiseburn