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30-Second Philosophies: The 50 Most Thought-provoking Philosophies, Each Explained in Half a Minute (2009 original; edición 2010)

por Barry Loewer (Autor)

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I think therefore I am; Existentialism; The Socrative Method and Deconstruction. Sure you know what they all mean, That is, you've heard about them.
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Título:30-Second Philosophies: The 50 Most Thought-provoking Philosophies, Each Explained in Half a Minute
Autores:Barry Loewer (Autor)
Información:Icon Books (2010), 160 pages
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50 teorías filosóficas iIntelectualmente estimulantes (Guía Breve) (Spanish Edition) por Barry Loewer (2009)

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This book is one of a collection of 30-second books. This doesn’t mean it takes you 30 seconds to read the entire thing, now that would be silly, it means it takes several schools of philosophy and gives a base explanation in nothing more than two pages per school. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and it’s one of those books I like to have lying around to dip in and out of at will; however, on my first read through I did start at the beginning at go through to the end.

The book and its contents are simple, straightforward and easy to understand, each being given a two page spread with about 300 words, some fun facts and an illustration that may, or may not relate to what you’ve just read. Various schools of thought are covered by dividing the book into seven chapters such as language and logic and religion to name but two, and this all ties together into a neat little package that is more an historical review than a guide to current thinking in this field.

I enjoyed this book, and other in the series, because they expand on my knowledge or actually give me ammunition when faced with a conversation on a subject I’ve not studied; and every reader needs to be well armed at the dinner party of today, all written in language that the lay-person can understand.

I would recommend this book to those readers who are looking for something educational, fun and interesting to read, and those readers looking for an introduction to philosophy.


Originally reviewed on: http://catesbooknuthut.com/2013/12/03/review-30-second-philosophies-the-50-most-...



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  Melline | Aug 13, 2022 |
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  laplantelibrary | Dec 5, 2021 |
Interesting, but some of it is just hard to read. Lots of philosophical thought that I found pointless. Still, this book helped expand my knowledge and perspective. ( )
  Eddie_Long | Nov 2, 2020 |
This book is one of a collection of 30-second books. This doesn’t mean it takes you 30 seconds to read the entire thing, now that would be silly, it means it takes several schools of philosophy and gives a base explanation in nothing more than two pages per school. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and it’s one of those books I like to have lying around to dip in and out of at will; however, on my first read through I did start at the beginning at go through to the end.

The book and its contents are simple, straightforward and easy to understand, each being given a two page spread with about 300 words, some fun facts and an illustration that may, or may not relate to what you’ve just read. Various schools of thought are covered by dividing the book into seven chapters such as language and logic and religion to name but two, and this all ties together into a neat little package that is more an historical review than a guide to current thinking in this field.

I enjoyed this book, and other in the series, because they expand on my knowledge or actually give me ammunition when faced with a conversation on a subject I’ve not studied; and every reader needs to be well armed at the dinner party of today, all written in language that the lay-person can understand.

I would recommend this book to those readers who are looking for something educational, fun and interesting to read, and those readers looking for an introduction to philosophy.


Originally reviewed on: http://catesbooknuthut.com/2013/12/03/review-30-second-philosophies-the-50-most-...



This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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  TheAcorn | Nov 8, 2019 |
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