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Sam's Recommendations: Philosophy

 

The Consequences of Pragmatism, by Rorty, R.#

The Nature of Mind, by Rosenthal, D. (Ed.)#

Why I am Not a Christian., by Russell, B.#

The Problems of Philosophy, by Russell, B.#

Religion and Science, by Russell, B.#

Autobiography, by Russell, B.#

A History of Western Philosophy, by Russell, B.#

Why I am not a Christian, by Russell, B.#

The Concept of Mind, by Ryle, G.#

Persons and Places: The Background of My Life, by Santayana, G.#

Scepticism And Animal Faith: Introduction To A System Of Philosophy, by Santayana, G.#

Being And Nothingness, by Sartre, J.P.#

What Is Life?: with “Mind and Matter” and “Autobiographical Sketches”, by Schrödinger, E.#

My View of the World, by Schrödinger, E.#

The Mystery of Consciousness, by Searle, J.R.#

The Construction of Social Reality, by Searle, J.R.#

The Rediscovery of the Mind, by Searle, J.R.#

Freedom and Neurobiology: Reflections on Free Will, Language, and Political Power, by Searle, J.R.#

Writings on an Ethical Life, by Singer, P.#

The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, by Singer, P.#

The Theory of Moral Sentiments, by Smith, A.#

The Ethics and Selected Letters, by Spinoza, B.#

The Trial of Socrates, by Stone, I.F.#

The Significance of Philosophical Scepticism, by Stroud, B.#

On Liberty, by Stuart Mill, J.#

Walden; Or, Life in the Woods (Dover Thrift Editions), by Thoreau, H.#

What is Man? And Other Essays, by Twain, M.#

Living High and Letting Die: Our Illusion of Innocence, by Unger, P#

Philosophical Dictionary, by Voltaire, F#

Free Will, by Watson, G#

Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy, by Williams, B.#

On Certainty, by Wittgenstein, L.#

Philosophical Investigations, by Wittgenstein, L.#

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, by Wittgenstein, L.#

Philosophical Grammar, by Wittgenstein, L.#

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