Look at the accompanying reference guide, it says it all. I really enjoyed this book
I love this stuff so I listened from cover to cover. Be advised though, this is a book on the history of philosophy during the early days, not about the development or beginnings of reason.
Where do I start? I wish that the guy narrating this would have read the book first, maybe he could have got some pointers and could have done a better job. The book goes on and on about nonsense that goes beyond common sense to monotony.
Actually, I think that may be the only good thing about this book is the irony of the chapter on not being monotonous is so monotonous...well, you get the point. This is AWFUL. No kidding, don't buy it, its terrible. You have been warned.
"snif" I miss my credit
This book is about the first months of the war and a description of the challenges faced by both sides in those early days. I would place the book half way between a text-book and a novel. If you read a lot of history books, this is one of the best.
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