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The History of the Bible by John Barton – Book Review

The Bible is still the best sold book ever. It continues to guide, inspire and influence people every single day. Some people devote their whole lives to the study of this one book. The Bible is an important book, if not one of the most important books in western history. As someone who is trying […]

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The History of Philosophy by A.C. Grayling – Book Review

If you are looking for a new book to introduce you to the marvelous, wonderful world of philosophy, I would strongly recommend the History of Philosophy by A.C. Grayling. This book packs a punch and has a lot of strong aspects. It is the newest full-fledged history of philosophy out there and if you want […]

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Meditations by Marcus Aurelius – Book Review

Marcus Aurelius, a roman emperor and philosopher who not only read about stoic philosophy but actually used it in practice. He is one of the prime examples that shows that philosophy isn’t just a course one can follow in school but is a way of living. The Meditations is a book containing his wisdom about […]

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Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious by Carl Jung – Book Review

Carl Jung is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst most famous for being the founder of the analytical psychology and numerous psychological terminologies like Archetypes, the collective unconscious and extraversion and introversion. He popularized the words extrovert and introvert, which are still broadly used today.             I read the book Archetypes by Carl Jung, which is sort […]

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Republic – Plato: Book Review

A book review of the Republic by Plato, his main work.