50 Philosophy Classics: Thinking, Being, Acting, Seeing: Profound Insights and Powerful Thinking from Fifty Key Books
A stunning survey of the "king of disciplines," 50 Philosophy Classics seeks to enlighten and explain, rather than merely instruct. Tom Butler-Bowdon has compiled a remarkable group of thinkers and their seminal works to serve as a lively entry point to the field of philosophy. Analyses of ancient and modern philosophers show how philosophy helped shape the events human history.
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Hannah Arendt The Human Condition 1958
Niccol˛ Machiavelli The Prince 1513
Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics 4th century BC 3 A J Ayer Language Truth and Logic 1936
Henri Bergson Creative Evolution 1907
Noam Chomsky Understanding Power 2002
Sam Harris Free Will 2012
G W F Hegel Phenomenology of Spirit 1807
Plato The Republic 4th century BC 39 Karl Popper The Logic of Scientific Discovery 1934
John Rawls A Theory of Justice 1971
Bertrand Russell The Conquest of Happiness 1930
S°ren Kierkegaard Fear and Trembling 1843
John Locke Essay Concerning Human Understanding
Peter Singer The Life You Can Save 2009
Baruch Spinoza Ethics 1677
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