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BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate Collection

Looking for the best Philisophical books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.

Philosophical Dilemmas: A Pro and Con Introduction to the Major Questions and Philosophers (2013)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionPhilosophical Dilemmas: A Pro and Con Introduction to the Major Questions and Philosophers, Fourth Edition, outlines the classic arguments made by philosophers through the ages.
Author(s): Phil Washburn

Looseleaf for The Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach (2018)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionThe Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach, 7e is a text with readings that enhances comprehension of philosophical study by encouraging students to ponder, explore, and actively participate in the learning process.
Author(s): William Lawhead

Epoch (2019)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionIn the near future where the world depends ever more heavily on technology, a sudden and unknown catastrophic event occurs rendering all electronics useless and simultaneously wipes the memories of all people.
Author(s): Scott Finlay

Apple of the Mind’s Eye: A Collection of Poems (2019)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionApple of the Mind’s Eye contains poetry that is both uplifting and realistic. Ranging from certain sentiments that mostly all of us have become familiar with; such as, joy, love, and pain to name a few. The content written has been created not just to relate to the readers emotionally, but with high hopes to broaden perspectives and to perhaps even familiarize one with their own thoughts. This is Stephanie Rosssana Marquez’s first published work that is shared with the public.
Author(s): Stephanie Rossana Marquez, Ernesto Jimenez

The Philosopher’s Book of Questions & Answers: Questions to Open Your Mind (2013)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionYour life through the lens of the world’s greatest thinkers! Do you ever wonder how important money really is in life or what you need to do to achieve happiness? With The Philosopher’s Book of Questions and Answers, you will be one step closer to solving these uncertainties. Inside, you’ll find the basics of philosophy, written in plain English, and thoughts for applying these important theories to your own life.
Author(s): D.E. Wittkower

On the Repetition of Human Habits (2019)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionOn the Repetition of Human Habits is a philosophical book that analyzes common aspects of human society through neutral or critical perspectives. The work in its entirety is a collection of short sections of text that work to individually convey deferent messages. Some of the stories utilize fictional characters to deliver the argument, while others are written as if the author were speaking directly to the reader.
Author(s): Matthew M. Ployhart

The Mahler Symphonies: An Owner’s Manual (includes 1 CD) (2004)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionSince Gustav Mahler was rediscovered in the early 1960s, his symphonies have become arguably the most popular works in the modern orchestral repertoire. Mahler’s Symphonies: An Owner’s Manual is the first discussion of the ten completed symphonies (No. 1-9 plus “The Song of the Earth”) to offer music lovers and record collectors a comprehensive overview of the music itself, what it sounds like, how it is organized, its form, content, and meaning, as it strikes today’s listeners.
Author(s): David Hurwitz

Winning the Worry Battle: Life Lessons from the Book of Joshua (2018)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionHave you ever tried to fight worry with faith and felt you were losing the battle? Have comments like “God’s got this!” or “Just pray about it” only left you feeling more burdened? We know we shouldn’t worry, but the reality is that we all do at times.
Author(s): Barb Roose

The Darkness of His Dreams: Poetry (2019)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionThe Darkness of His Dreams by John W. Leys is an intimate journey by way of verses—a sequence of poignant and thought provoking ruminations. Readers will travel the ages through the keen lens that Leys has trained on history, philosophy, humanity, and his own life experiences. The Darkness of His Dreams is fine bourbon. Drink its words and feel pleasantly full.
Author(s): John W. Leys

The Urban Homestead (Expanded & Revised Edition): Your Guide to Self-Sufficient Living in the Heart of the City (Process Self-reliance Series) (2010)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate Collection“A delightfully readable and very useful guide to front- and back-yard vegetable gardening, food foraging, food preserving, chicken keeping, and other useful skills for anyone interested in taking a more active role in growing and preparing the food they eat.”—BoingBoing.net”the contemporary bible on the subject.”—The New York TimesThis celebrated, essential handbook shows how to grow and preserve your…
Author(s): Kelly Coyne, Erik Knutzen

Philosophical Investigations (The Macat Library) (2017)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionMany still consider Ludwig Wittgenstein’s 1953 Philosophical Investigations to be one of the breakthrough works of twentieth-century philosophy. The book sets out a radically new conception of philosophy itself, and demonstrates all the attributes of a fine analytical mind.
Author(s): O’ Sullivan, Michael

Philosophy of Human Nature (2012)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionWhy bother being good, if you could get away with being bad? What do you do when you believe no one is looking? Can you be happy without being good? These questions go to the heart of one of the most important and troubling problems in our lives: the value of morality. But these problems do not belong solely to our own time, for every thoughtful person from any historical period at any age from child to grandparent feels their force.
Author(s): Jeffrey Tiel

Nothing to Be Frightened Of (2009)

 BEST Philisophical Books: The Ultimate CollectionNATIONAL BESTSELLERA NEW YORK TIMES BEST BOOK OF THE YEARA memoir on mortality as only Julian Barnes can write it, one that touches on faith and science and family as well as a rich array of exemplary figures who over the centuries have confronted the same questions he now poses about the most basic fact of life: its inevitable extinction.
Author(s): Julian Barnes

Best Philisophical Books: The Ultimate Collection

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some philisophical books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Philisophical History of German Sociology (Routledge Studies in Critical Realism)

Author(s): Frederic Vandenberghe, Margaret Archer
ID: 544797, Publisher: , Year: 2008, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf

The Creative Mind

Author(s): Henri Louis Bergson
ID: 804300, Publisher: The Philisophical Library, Inc., Year: 1946, Size: 790 Kb, Format: pdf

Social and Philisophical Problems of Post-Soviet Space (Exemplified by Ukraine)

Author(s): Yatsenko M.P.
ID: 2057593, Publisher: , Year: , Size: 613 Kb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are truly chart-busters according to USA Today, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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