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Looking for a book on all philosophers and their main philosophies.
So I can pick 1 out at a time and master him.
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>>13802671
must it be only 1 volume if not i suggest copleston's series
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>>13802671
I have a book for you pretty baby
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>>13802671
>1 book
>covering all philosophers
Pick one
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>>13802880
>covering all philosophers
I'll buy the series anon..
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>>13802951
Read every single entry in Copleston's series pictured here.
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>>13802958
Thanks this will save me alot of time..
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@13802880
Why are you telling me to pick one when you've only listed two options? Why are these two options so sacred that you cannot list them together as one?

What is this website?
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>>13803085
It's a rhetorical device on this website. When someone does that it means those two options are not both available; it's one or the other. Quite simple.
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>>13803085
> @
You know the drill
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>>13802671
What you want is instead philosophy 101 history course. I recommend Sophie's World



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