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    People of wealth and magnanimity!
    I am starting my Philosophy course this year and I am in need of a lot of reading material (textbooks, books). Does anyone have anything of the sort on hand? Maybe (over)used?
    Especially those of you who had already finished your studies and do not need them... I will surely return them, if that is the will of the owner.

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    What level is this; A-Level or degree level?

    I don't really have any, but if you ever need to read from original works during your course don't ever buy the book, just find it online. They're all in the public domain so you shouldn't have difficulty accessing them.
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    What level is this; A-Level or degree level?

    I don't really have any, but if you ever need to read from original works during your course don't ever buy the book, just find it online. They're all in the public domain so you shouldn't have difficulty accessing them.
    Degree level. Thank you for your advice.
 
 
 
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