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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Twelve philosophy books everyone should read: from Plato to Foucault [slideshow] | Arts & Humanities - OUPblog

Panumas King, marketing executive for philosophy at Oxford University Press inform, This month, to mark World Philosophy Day, we’ve curated a reading list of historical texts by philosophers that shaped the modern world and who had important things to say about the issues that we wrestle with today such as freedom, authority, equality, sexuality, and the meaning of life.

Photo: Book-covered walls by Eugenio Mazzone. Public Domain via Unsplash.

Every year the third Thursday in November marks World Philosophy Day, UNESCO’s collaborative “initiative towards building inclusive societies, tolerance and peace.” To celebrate, we’ve curated a reading list of historical texts by great philosophers that shaped the modern world and who had important things to say about the issues that we wrestle with today such as freedom, authority, equality, sexuality, and the meaning of life.
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Source: OUPblog