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Filsuf Jagoan 3 (Action Philosophers #3)

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  115 ratings  ·  6 reviews
THE PRE-SOCRATICS History's earliest ... and weirdest thinkers! IMMANUEL KANT Epistemological Attorney! Six Degrees of FRANCIS BACON! ACTION PHILOSOPHERS Vol. 3 details the lives and thoughts of twenty-four of history's A-list brain trust in a hip and humorous comic book fashion. Reprints 7-9 of the award-winning series.
99 pages
Published March 20th 2009 by Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia (KPG) (first published December 12th 2007)
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Fred Van Lente (and company) do an excellent job of presenting (albeit in incredibly simplified versions) philosophers and their theories in this series of comic books. Philosophy is the most important activity that human beings do. Without philosophy, intellectual progress in any of the areas of intellectual endeavors would flounder. That beings said, we have a penchant for making things much more difficult than they need to be and philosophers are no exception.

Van Lente helps alleviate the pro
Oct 26, 2009 Rebecca rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: philosophy majors cramming for an exam
Not as good as the other two volumes. This one gives a more perfunctory treatment of more philosophers, rather than an in-depth treatment of a few philosophers. I appreciated the longer explanations and the details about the philosophers' lives, so this volume was a bit of a disappointment in that respect. They also included several philosophers who I didn't think really warranted being included. I guess by the third volume they were running out of really big names. Regardless, this volume is st ...more
The Charlie Brown -John Stuart Mill strip was great and the Foucault Family Circus was genius but too short. This book got a bit gimmickly and less illuminating than the previous 2 volumes; still highly recommended for anyone remotely interested in philosophy.
Andy Mitchell
If you want to understand the characters named after philosophers in "Lost" better, read this book!
My ass is objectifying my will to get the hell out of here!
Philosophy in comic form. What's not to love?
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Action Philosophers (3 books)
  • Action Philosophers Action philosophers!: the lives and thoughts of history's A-list brain trust told in a hip and humorous fashion, Vol. 1
  • Action Philosophers Giant-Size Thing Vol. 2

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