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posted Jul 16, 2016 12:08:16 by RedSeol
Philosophy is one of the subjects I'm actually interested to learn, but it's hard to push myself to go through the difficult concepts of the explanation. My last experience was with a novel titled Sophie's World, and I couldn't even finish the book!
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Cicero said Jul 17, 2016 00:20:07
Studying Philosophy is tough, it's so abstract. I took 101 in college and got an "A", but then again, so did everyone else, grades being determined to be just a societal institutional concept that really had no validity anyway, according to the professor. Anyhow, the course really made my head explode, trying to conceptualize certain ideas of some of the ancient philosophers. It really wasn't much fun.
Comfy said Jul 26, 2016 10:42:06
How was Sophie's World? I was planning to check it out because I've had people recommended it to me. They said it's a good introduction to philosophy because the explanation is simple to understand. If it's too hard for you, it's probably no good for me too because I'm also dense most of the times!
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