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Contemporary Greek Theatre, Volume 2: Guardian Angel for Rent/Nurseryman/Roar/Towards Eleusis by Pavlos Matesis
Contemporary Greek Theatre, Volume 2: Guardian Angel for Rent/Nurseryman/Roar/Towards Eleusis

panagiota-petra0, November 29, 2009

pavlos matesis is indeed one of the most famous and rewarded greek playwriters. these playwrites are awesome and send the reader into the world of contemporary theater, i will not say more because i don't like to betray the enigmatic tittles, but i surely would recommend this book to all.
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When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D Yalom
When Nietzsche Wept

panagiota-petra0, November 28, 2009

another excellent book of I. Yallom in which psycoanalysis and philosophy are meeting each other, through Dr. Brouer and F.Nietzsche. a proud man (nietzsche) who finally wept like the title of the book says, two men who walk together each one his path and try to set themselves free. totally recomended to all.
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The Republic (Dover Thrift Editions) by Plato
The Republic (Dover Thrift Editions)

panagiota-petra0, November 28, 2009

one of the best books not only of plato but also of all philosophers in 4 century B.C. very pleasant to read with plenty of myths, the most important myths of plato's philosophy, like the myth of the cave e.t.c. in this book plato express a lot of his thoughts about the right gonverment and the philosophers-kings/ gonverners.
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Symposium and Phaedrus (Dover Thrift Editions) by Plato
Symposium and Phaedrus (Dover Thrift Editions)

panagiota-petra0, November 28, 2009

the most magnificent dialogue of plato about love, like ancient greeks philosophers were thinking about it. i totally recomend it to everyone,love is still an essential part of our lives, it would be nice to see it in a more phiolosophical view like ancient greeks. dover did an excellent job again.
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Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for Everyone and No One (Penguin Classics) by Friedrich Nietzsche
Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for Everyone and No One (Penguin Classics)

panagiota-petra0, November 27, 2009

indeed , a book for everyone and no one. Nietzsche was absolutely right when he wrote that. in my opinion... a gift from Friedrich Nietzsche to humanity, i can't describe my feelings every time i read that book again and again, each time it's like the first time. highly recommended to all, this book is absolutely perfect, the best of Nietzsche.
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