The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell

This book is an introduction to the central issues of philosophy, discussing topics such as reality, existence, knowledge, freedom, and ethics. It seeks to promote critical thinking and skepticism, encouraging readers to question their own beliefs and the world around them. The author uses clear and accessible language to explain complex philosophical concepts, making it an ideal starting point for those new to philosophy.

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