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Influential Philosophical works? 
6th-Sep-2008 06:43 pm
coffeeimisscoffee
For me, I'd nominate "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl. I'd put it into the existentalist camp.

What books dealing with philosophers or certain philosophies...even those only roughly connected (not classically considered a "philosophy book") would YOU recommend?
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7th-Sep-2008 01:01 am (UTC)
I have a penchant for Marcus Aurelius' Meditations. Sensible fellow.
8th-Sep-2008 05:12 am (UTC)
Actually...fruity doesn't convey the right degree of insanity, I don't think.

Loopy, maybe.

I need some good words for insane please. ;)
8th-Sep-2008 05:11 am (UTC) - Yes...
I've read it. :)

I love Marcus Aurelius. He was such a noble fellow. A real, living breathing philosopher king...just as Plato described, and envisioned.

Too bad his successors were, for the most part, as fruity as bats! ^_^
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