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“Knowledge: A Very Short Introduction” by Jennifer Nagel

After reading “Knowledge”, I feel like this runs counter to a lot of the themes I’m trying to follow like the ones found in “Essentialism.” This book explains epistemology which is the philosophy behind what we know, how we know … Continue reading

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“A Short History of the World” by H.G. Wells

Noted an interesting perspective on the creation of Buddhism around 600 B.C. “There were three principal forms that the craving for life took and they were all evil. The first was the desire of the appetites, greed and all forms … Continue reading

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