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The best support, history, and analysis on the story of philosophy. Particularly appropriate for the non-academic who is better served by the audiobook with extensive references. The book I wish I had been assigned when a philosophy minor at Harvard College.

Public Domain (P)2022 Deaver Brown

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  • Eric Olsen
  • 06-06-22

seriously with the sleepy elevator music

Enough with the serene scene video game music. Nobody wants to listen to the same melody in the background for 12 hours.
The reader seems to be having trouble pronouncing words like, "theology" and at one point actually stops to spell the word for the listener.
Good content though