“Who are you?” and “Where does the world come from?” are the two questions that 14-year-old Sophie Amundsen is faced with. So begins this outline of Western philosophy set in a fictional story. It’s an incredibly accessible path to thinking about philosophy, and it sheds light on the importance of certain discoveries and advances in our society.
The Artist’s Way is almost more of a course book than an actual book, but if you need to unlock your creative side, then this will do exactly that. By following the book, you are choosing to turn on your creativity.
Of all the Vonnegut you could possibly read, this is the one that will raise the most questions in a great way. This book will make you question whether or not there should be a limit to the pursuit of knowledge. It’ll get you to think about the power of weapons, and how even the most competent people can make mistakes with them. With all of that comes the exploration of religion, or the futility of it.