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Philosophy

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Who are you? Why are you here? How do you live a good life? These are just some of the questions asked and answered by the ancient philosophers and modern-day gurus and thinkers. You’ll be sure to find a listen you love in this enlightening and entertaining philosophy collection.

I Think, Therefore I Am: Philosophy for Beginners

Feast your ears on these timeless, brilliant audiobooks by famous theorists from ancient Rome to the modern day, and understand the lasting legacies of these philosophers.

Not sure where to start? Emperor Marcus Aurelius wrote Meditations more than 500 years ago and it is still regarded as one of the most influential philosophical titles of all time. Expect to find practical advice on how to think about duty, forgiveness, brotherhood, strength in adversity, and life and death.
Or, explore the meaning of life with Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning. Narrated by the award-winning Simon Vance, it’s a powerful listen about hope and humanity, tracing the lessons Frankl learned as a survivor of a Nazi concentration camp.
Eckhart Tolle made a name for himself by encouraging us to embrace The Power of Now. Building on the title, in A New Earth he urges people to find their life’s purpose.
Panic buying, mindful listening
The Black Swan explores highly improbable events that have a massive impact on the world like the personal computer, the rise of the Internet, World War I, and 9/11. Essential listening in our modern day. For something less tangible, Richard Dawkins addresses a question that has occupied people since we first walked the earth: Is there a God? Outgrowing God is one of many titles aiming to answer just that.
It’s all Greek to me
Big Ideas Simply Explained is the premise behind The Philosophy Book. It introduces 100 of history's biggest thinkers from ancient Greece to the modern-day and helps you get your head around the ‘-isms’, including feminism, rationalism, idealism, and existentialism.
The theories of Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, the heavy hitters of Greek philosophy, are introduced and explained in Masters of Greek Thought, part of The Great Courses series.