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Philosophy: The Classics

By Nigel Warburton

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Author Nigel Warburton reads from his book Philosophy: The Classics which is an introduction to 27 key works in the history of Philosophy

Customer Reviews

Basic but interesting

If like me you've always wanted to know a little more about philosophy, but have never quite managed to find a spare year to read Plato, this is a good compromise. I've been listening to them as I've cycled into work. Thought-provoking stuff. There is a limit of course to how far you can go in a 10 or 20 minute mini-lecture to explain whole, dense books, and their criticisms, but this seems to me to capture the basics in a comprehensible way. I hope this will get others to put free educational stuff on itunes too.


self explanitory!

Good - but technical problems

Arghh! - Hobbe's Leviathan is only 30 seconds long and one of the others cuts off too soon. How frustrating is that? Apart from the elephant in the room, its really good to introduce or remind one of the fyllisoffikall classics.