Dream of Reason
December 30, 2000
Genre: Nonfiction, Philosophy
This is a wonderful book for those new to the world of historical Western philosophy. Philosophy and reasoning has always been an area of interest, but I hadn’t taken the time to dive into any literature on the subject until recently.
I listened to the audiobook version of this book vs. reading the physical one, which really helped enhance the experience and made it very easy to follow. The narrator did an excellent job. I appreciate that this book did not stay on one topic for too long, but rather covered a general overview on a variety of philosophers and historical periods.
This book made me feel like I was getting a university-quality lesson, and I found it to be very informative. If you’re interested in history and philosophy nonfiction, you may really enjoy this book.
(This review is unbiased and all thoughts and opinions are my own. This book was selected and chosen for reading by myself, and a review was not requested by the author or publisher.)