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    Words of Wisdom: Philosophy's Most Important Quotations and Their Meaning

    R129,00 R245,00
    A stimulating compendium of philosophical quotations.


    R79,00 R122,15
    First published in a posthumous edition of 1677, this work by Spinoza is a systematic attempt to work out the nature of God, the relation between mind and body, human psychology, and the best way to live.

    On War

    R79,00 R122,15
    In both a philosophical and a practical work, Clausewitz defines the essential nature of war, debates the qualities of a great commander, assesses the relative strengths of defensive and offensive war, and - in highly controversial passages - considers the relationship between war and politics.

    The Republic

    R79,00 R122,15
    "The Republic" deals with almost the whole range of Plato's thought, but is particularly concerned with what makes a well-balanced society and individual. It combines argument with myth to advocate a life organized by reason rather than dominated by leisures and appetites.

    Without God, is Everything Permitted?: The 20 Big Questions in Ethics

    R129,00 R215,00
    One of Britain's most eminent philosophers tackles 20 provocative ethical questions.

    Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change it: Wisdom of the Great Philosophers on How to Live

    A humorous and philosophical trip through life from the Sunday Times bestselling author

    Art of War

    R59,00 R105,00

    Beyond Happiness: How to Find Lasting Meaning and Joy in All That You Have

    R99,00 R227,79
    A thoughtful yet practical book aimed at anyone who wants to lead a happier and more fulfilled life, written by top headmaster and co-founder of Action for Happiness, Sir Anthony Seldon


    R79,00 R149,00
    A brand-new biography of the seminal figure of Chinese culture.

    Kant and the Platypus

    R241,00 R275,00
    An attempt to answer the question, how much do our perceptions of things depend on our cognitive ability and how much on our linguistic resources? Eco undertakes a series of idiosyncratic explorations, starting from the perceived data of common sense, to expound a clear critique of Kant.

    Aristotle's Laptop: The Discovery of Our Informational Mind

    R1 568,00
    Would the course of the philosophy of the mind have been different had Aristotle pronounced that the matter of mind was information? This mind is information assertion is often heard in contemporary debates. This book explores the verities and falsehoods of this proposition.

    Philosophy in Minutes: 200 Key Concepts Explained in an Instant

    R183,00 R215,00
    The quickest way to learn about philosophy, from metaphysics to postmodernism.

    Parmenides and the Way of Truth

    An inspiring account gives new life to the Greek philosopher immortalized in his dialogues with Socrates.

    Why Does the World Exist?: One Man's Quest for the Big Answer

    R196,00 R230,00
    An irreverent sleuth tackles the riddle of existence that has puzzled man since the dawn of time

    Essays In Love: Picador Classic

    R153,00 R180,00
    With an introduction by Sheila Heti. A unique love story and a classic work of philosophy, rooted in the mysterious workings of the human heart and mind.