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7 Philosophy Books for Beginners

Studying Philosophy can be a bit overwhelming because it covers a wide range of questions. The key here is to figure out what questions truly interest you. If you're into metaphysics, dive into Aristotle's "Metaphysics" or explore articles and topic pages about it. On the other hand, if ethics is your thing, Aristotle's works will still be relevant, but you'll be focusing on a different part of his writings.

Bear in mind, my knowledge is rooted in Western philosophy, so I won't cover non-Western philosophers here. However, it's important to acknowledge their significance. Lastly, remember that your philosophical journey should be guided by your passions and the resources available to you. So, let's get started on this exciting adventure into the world of philosophy!

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7 Philosophy Books for Beginners
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  • Problems of Philosophy
  • Think
  • Complete Works
  • Meditations
  • Confessions
  • Meditations
  • On Liberty
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