Wednesday, September 19, 2007

A Question

Here's a question you don't need that damn My Questions application to answer. I am curious to know what folks think is the best book about philosophy written for a non-philosophical audience? Please feel free to justify your choice, or not. My own $0.02: The Metaphysical Club, by Louis Menand.


Paul D said...

"There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Book" by Robert Martin

... it's a straightforward and easy to read book that presents a wide range of interesting philosophical issues (and tells the reader where to look to learn more about the topics she finds most interesting).

Jen said...

I was going to say the same as Paul! That was a super fun book to read and covered a lot of topics. I'd highly recommend it.