This is a fantastically entertaining and efficient way to explore the many philosophers of the past. Simon is a witty writer, making these timeless figures both more accessible and a pleasure to read. You'll find it hard to put this book down for very long. I'd recommend this book to anyone interested in philosophy or dead people.
The Book of Dead Philosophers, by Simon Critchley
Reviewed by: Dominique
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