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Where is the best place to start learning about philosophy?

I am starting to engage myself in learning more about philosophy and though. I am wondering what ideas or self courses there are about learning more about philosophy and thinking that I can do by myself or in a group that already exists.

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Creator:sophos
Created:over 12 years ago
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what does education fall into our life and for what purpose?
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You could start a blog or website called something like "The first 100 questions of philosophy". Each week you could ask a key question of philosophy (say, "how should I live life?") and visitors would be asked to contribute and discuss. They could also provide links for further discussion, list appropriate books and name philosophers who have tackled that particular question. Of course, philosophers will probably disagree on what the first hundred questions should be!
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In front of a mirror ;)
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read a gud buk..not a heavy philosophical 1..but a moderate 1 to which you can relate..preferably in a story form..odrwise it gets 2 much ..i'd suggest monk who sold his ferrari!also start lookin around pepl..wat they think n wat they say..
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Best place to start your philosophy learning at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophy and also explore website like http://www.epistemelinks.com/Main/MainPers.aspx
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A self-exploration of the wikipedia will give you suggestions for topics you like and can then buy books on to dive deeper.
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Explore osho.com, a very comprehensive resource on the science of inner
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Read Vedanta Treatise, order from vedanta-edu.org , philosophy explained scientifically and in a easy to comprehend manner...A must read
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A good starting point will be to Wake up early and be with yourself to get a few answers
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Zen, I should believe is the common man's philosophy.
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By the way - NO ONE is right, or wrong in philosophy - so don't let anyone tell you otherwise - we're all guessing!
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After that - find a philosophy cafe, or meeting group - philosophy is not practiced in solitude, it is discussed and debated
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From there, I suggest reading the first testament (Bible), Qu'uran, and some Buddhist texts - Lot's of food for thought, along with examples of how little we accept as a basis for belief
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Sophie's World (Fiction) - probably the best introduction to philosophy ever written. Designed for young people, it reads well for all ages, and is just as challenging!