The Philosophy Word Search Book
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The Philosophy Word Search Book

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This book is for word puzzle buffs and philosophy aficionados alike. It contains more than thirty large print word search puzzles, as well as a wealth of facts about philosophers and their ideas from antiquity to modern times. Also includes crossword puzzles and a trivia quiz. This book entertains and educates at the same time. Suitable for all ages from ten to a hundred.
Paperback, 94 pages
Published June 12th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Robyn
I won this puzzle book through good reads contests. If you love philosophy and/or word searches, and like a really good challenge, then this puzzle book is for you!! Chock full of word search puzzles about philosophers and the works they created. But what sets this puzzle book aside from most, is that instead of just finishing the puzzles and never picking the book up again, The Philosophy Word Search Book can be tucked into your book shelf and looked at again and again. At the end of each secti...more
Kat
Disclaimer #1: I received this book for free as part of a GoodReads giveaway

Disclaimer #2: I haven't actually finished this book yet, but three chapters in I think I have a solid basis; I'll update this review when I finish it if anything changes.
Edit: Finished the book, nothing more substantive to add.


I am not a huge fan of word search puzzles, since every puzzle can be solved by a single strategy, and so I tend to find them a bit mindless and boring. That being said, this book is pretty much a...more
Tomasz Bigaj
Ordinary word search books are disposable products. Once you have solved all the puzzles inside, there is no point in keeping the book in your library. But the idea behind this word game book is different. The readers can profit from it even after they have finished playing the games. It gives you an accessible and entertaining overview of more than two thousand years of philosophy. Each major philosopher, from Plato and Aristotle to Hume and Nietzsche, is described in a short, concise paragraph...more
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