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It's probably not a bad book - if you read it as a kid. I do not recommend the attempt as an adult. What you get is a pretty decent high-level lecture on the history of western... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jaroslav Tuček
I love this book. It is an interesting, practical way to learn about philosophical theorems through storytelling.Published 13 days ago by sarah anne
This is one of my daughter's favorite books. Has been re-read by her numerous times and sparked valuable philosophical discussions. Highly recommendedPublished 22 days ago by Ed HikerTraveler
Don you're an artist, a singer.
And singing mistress.
And pop eagle.
For the fact that you gave me. Read more
This book changed my life. I KNOW, that's such a cliché. But it really opened my eyes to new ways of thinking, when I first read it back in high school. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clinton Judy
Difficult to keep going, but highly interesting way to get this across. I recommend it for 15 to 23 year olds as an introduction to philosophy.Published 2 months ago by Leni Wheels
I really struggled to say immersed. The parts detailing the history of philosophy are great but suddenly it switches back to Sophie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book for those interested in a non-academic historical review of Western Philosophy.Published 2 months ago by Chet Caskey