| ||ANALECTS OF CONFUCIUS, THE by Confucius|
Philosophy read by Jim Killavey
| ||CONFESSIONS, THE by Jean-Jacques Rousseau|
Philosophy read by Frederick Davidson
In this work, Rousseau “frankly and sincerely” settles accounts with himself in an effort to project his “true” image to the world.
| ||DISCOURSE ON METHOD, MEDITATIONS ON THE FIRST PHILOSOPHY, AND PRINCIPLES OF PHILOSOPHY by Rene Descartes|
Philosophy read by James Adams
By calling everything into doubt, Descartes laid the foundations of modern philosophy. With the celebrated words “I think, therefore I am,” his compelling argument swept aside ancient and medieval traditions.
| ||HEIDEGGER AND A HIPPO WALK THROUGH THOSE PEARLY GATES: Using Philosophy (and Jokes!) to Explore Life, Death, the Afterlife, and Everything in Between by Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein|
Philosophy read by the authors
From the authors of the bestselling Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar, an uproarious new book on the meaning of death (and life, too)
| ||HOW PROUST CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE by Alain de Botton|
Philosophy read by
From internationally bestselling author Alain de Botton
| ||INTUITION PUMPS AND OTHER TOOLS FOR THINKING by Daniel C. Dennett|
Philosophy read by Jeff Crawford
One of the world’s leading philosophers offers aspiring thinkers his personal trove of mind-stretching thought experiments.
| ||MEDITATIONS OF MARCUS AURELIUS, THE by Marcus Aurelius|
Philosophy read by Walter Covell
| ||MEDITATIONS, THE by Marcus Aurelius|
Philosophy read by Wanda McCaddon
Written by an intellectual Roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius's Meditations offers a wide range of spiritual reflections developed as the leader struggled to understand himself and the universe.
| ||PLEASURES AND SORROWS OF WORK, THE by Alain De Botton|
Philosophy read by David Colacci
| ||ROMANTIC MANIFESTO, THE: A Philosophy of Literature by Ayn Rand|
Philosophy read by Bernadette Dunne
The Romantic Manifesto takes its place beside The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged as one of the most important achievements of our time.
| ||SHOP CLASS AS SOULCRAFT: An Inquiry into the Value of Work by Matthew B. Crawford|
Philosophy read by Max Bloomquist
A philosopher/mechanic destroys the pretensions of the high-prestige workplace and makes an irresistible case for working with one’s hands