If I include audio books, then the last book is The Story of Philosophy by Will Durant. It's an interesting summary of major philosophical thought from the Greeks through the early 20th century. While I appreciated the summary of major philosophical thought, I've become more aligned with the current school that challenges the value of the discipline. Part of the problem is I kept hearing Monty Python's "Philosopher's Song" repeatedly as I listened to the thinking of Socrates, Plato, et al.
My next book that I will actually read is Richard Carrier's "On the Historicity of Jesus ..." which I'll discuss in a future post, should this thread remain active after I make it through the 700 pages. And that's no myth take.
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