A Fool's Errand: Suggested Reading (January 19, 2010)

A Fool's Errand: Suggested Reading (January 19, 2010)

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Plato's works are very readable. Since he was the father of philosophy, there was no technical vocabulary at the time. He wrote in the form of dialogues, so the prose is less dry than mere treatises. Aristotle is a little more difficult, but he is still very systematic and clear as long as you can pay attention. Mortimer Adler is one of the clearest and most common-sensical writers in philosophy. St. Thomas is not easy to read, but he is the essential Catholic philosopher. Popes, Church ... See More

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