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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
im after any philosophy books just post what you have and maybe even a link to a review or some sort something like amazon...they dont have to be specific, just from empiricists and rationalists
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
woh! woh! JJJ

going all harry potter on us.....

p.s yes i do have some in the garage, will check in the morning
#2
haha sorry dude :) nooo just studying it as A level, so wanted to do bit of reading :) thank you anyway, i would love to hear what you have so please post when you find out :)
#3
JboyJayJason
haha sorry dude :) nooo just studying it as A level, so wanted to do bit of reading :) thank you anyway, i would love to hear what you have so please post when you find out :)


I did my A-Levels in 2000 so will they be any good?

plus where are u located, maybe you could collect? i'm in the city of Mancs:-D

p.s i ditched it in the 2nd year and did 2 AS-Levels instead
#4
Yeah they will still be good, cause the curriculum hasn't changed too much, just after more of a background knowledge, i already have my study books :)
i live down south east, brighton, so i would have to blow up my bank and pay for postage if you had any :)
#5
Strange as it may sound mate, the best place to start is with something like "Philosophy for Dummies" I'd say. It will give you a good a overview, and place any philosophers into a social context, as well as giving you an insight into what it was they were stating. In terms of empiricists, Locke, Berkeley and Hume are the main guys, but, as with many philosophers, not the easiest to read in my opinion. Still, good luck, and it is always worth trying an original text to make up your own mind.
#6
i havnt got any books to send you but highly recommend in no particular order- sophies world,the alchemist,life of pi and of course the brilliant zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance.Im sure other ppl will suggest other titles but i would start with sophies world by jostein Gaarder.
#7
only one i can find so far, will still dig into later after work, just online at work....need some food now....broke a sweat earlier on.....phew!

The Concept of Mind by Gilbert Ryle
#8
Thank you taurus, let me know if ya find anything else, i would like that one anyway! :)

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