P1/19 Philosophy Audiobook

P1/19 Philosophy Audiobook


Socrates was born in Athens, Greece, in 469 BC. His early education encompassed literature, music and gymnastics; and was followed by a study of rhetoric and philosophy.

Before listening to this audiobook about his life and contribution to philosophy, please ensure that 'text to speech' is enabled (from the Settings menu of your device), prior to opening and playing this audio-short.

Classic App Audiobooks make available the written works of the best known philosophers in audiobook format, allowing people to acquaint themselves with the conclusions drawn by important philosophical figures over the course of history, in the face of life's most perplexing mysteries.

Each presentation offers the listener the opportunity of comprehending and understanding the contributions of some of the most significant thinkers in the realm of philosophy.

In each of the presentations, Classic App Audiobooks presents an account of the life, work and thoughts of the particular philosopher in focus.

The full version (‘Philosophy Audiobook Complete’) is arranged over 19 chapters, in which the following philosophers are discussed:

Aquinas, Aristotle, Augustine, Bacon, Berkeley, Descartes, Fichte, Hegel, Hobbes, Hume, Kant, Kierkegaard, Leibniz, Locke, Mill, Plato, Schopenhauer, Socrates, Spinoza.

Recent changes:
Minor corrections and improvements to speech synthesis.
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Socrates was born in Athens, Greece, in 469 BC. His early education encompassed literature, music and gymnastics; and was followed by a study of rhetoric and philosophy.

Before listening to this audiobook about his life and contribution to philosophy, please ensure that 'text to speech' is enabled (from the Settings menu of your device), prior to opening and playing this audio-short.

Classic App Audiobooks make available the written works of the best known philosophers in audiobook format, allowing people to acquaint themselves with the conclusions drawn by important philosophical figures over the course of history, in the face of life's most perplexing mysteries.

Each presentation offers the listener the opportunity of comprehending and understanding the contributions of some of the most significant thinkers in the realm of philosophy.

In each of the presentations, Classic App Audiobooks presents an account of the life, work and thoughts of the particular philosopher in focus.

The full version (‘Philosophy Audiobook Complete’) is arranged over 19 chapters, in which the following philosophers are discussed:

Aquinas, Aristotle, Augustine, Bacon, Berkeley, Descartes, Fichte, Hegel, Hobbes, Hume, Kant, Kierkegaard, Leibniz, Locke, Mill, Plato, Schopenhauer, Socrates, Spinoza.

Recent changes:
Minor corrections and improvements to speech synthesis.

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A Google User
Mar 5, 2014
Grt Very educative
A Google User
Dec 28, 2013
Nice summary As for the voice, you're in charge. As an old philosophy major, I have to grade the content as very good as far as it went. I wish there was more
A Google User
Dec 11, 2013
It was cool Clear strait to the point kind of short though
A Google User
Oct 26, 2012
GARBAGE! TRASH! WORTHLESS! i kinda felt like i was being read a wikipedia page on Socrates by my least favorite high school teacher, monotone and boring. THAT ROBOT VOICE HURTS MY EARS! IF THERE WERE LESS THAN 1 STAR OPTION FOR RATING, I WOULD GIVE IT A NEGATIVE 1 MILLION STARS.... THIS SHOULD BE TAKEN OFF OF THE GOOGLE PLAY MARKET now. First of all, Socrates died by voluntarily drinking a cup of poison, at his death trial because his own logic was used against him. **Specifics on wikipedia**
A Google User
Oct 26, 2012
GARBAGE! TRASH! WORTHLESS! i kinda felt like i was being read a wikipedia page on Socrates by my least favorite high school teacher, monotone and boring. THAT ROBOT VOICE HURTS MY EARS! IF THERE WERE LESS THAN 1 STAR OPTION FOR RATING, I WOULD GIVE IT A NEGATIVE 1 MILLION STARS.... THIS SHOULD BE TAKEN OFF OF THE GOOGLE PLAY MARKET now. First of all, Socrates died by voluntarily drinking a cup of poison, at his death trial because his own logic was used against him. **Specifics on wikipedia**