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  • Megan Gliori A Brief History of Thought: A Philosophical Guide to Living eBook: Luc Ferry: Kindle Store

  • Lucas Vandenberg

    A fantastic book!!

  • Emily Williams

    A Brief History of Thought by Luc Ferry. A super readable, comprehensive, fascinating summary of some of the most influential philosophical ideas. #philosophy

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