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To Be Or Nah?

Heck If I Know

ClueAnswer
Ecce Homo (Why Am I So Clever?) Nietzsche
The Gay Science (God is Dead) Nietzsche
Thus Spake Zarathustra (Ubermensch) Nietzsche
Beyond Good and Evil Nietzsche
Human, All Too Human Nietzsche
The Birth of Tragedy (Apollonian and Dionysian) Nietzsche
The Analyst (infidel mathmatician) Berkeley
Essay Towards a New Vision Berkeley
Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous Berkeley
"To be is to be perceived" Berkeley
A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge Berkeley
No Exit Sartre
Nausea Sartre
Being and Nothingness (bad faith) Sartre
Critique of Dialectical Reason Sartre
The Second Sex Simone de Beauvoir
Partner of Sartre Simone de Beauvoir
"Cogito ergo sum" I think therefore I am Descartes
Discourse on Method Descartes
Meditations on First Philosophy Descartes
Passions of the Soul (pineal gland) Descartes
Wax Argument Descartes
"mind-body dualism" Descartes
The Concept of Anxiety Kierkegaard
Either/Or "Crop Rotation" "Diary of a Seducer" Kierkegaard
Fear and Trembling Kierkegaard
"teleological suspension of the ethical" Kierkegaard
"The present King of France is bald" Russell
On Denoting Russell
Why I Am Not A Christian Russell
Teapot orbits sun Russell
The History of Sexuality Foucault
The Order of Things (analyzed Las Meninas) Foucault
Madness and Civilization (ship of fools) Foucault
Discipline and Punish (analyzed Bentham's Panopticon) Foucault
A Treatise of Human Nature Hume
An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (matters of fact/relation of ideas) Hume
awoke Kant from his dogmatic slumber Hume
The Missing Shade of Blue Hume
Philosophy of Right Hegel
Phenomenology of Spirit (Master-slave dialectic) Hegel
The Science of Logic Hegel
Being and Time Heidegger
The World as Will and Representation Shopenhauer
On The Freedom of the Will Shopenhauer
The Art of Being Right Shopenhauer
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus Wittgenstein
Philosophical Investigations Wittgenstein
beetle-in-a-box thought experiment Wittgenstein
"What we cannot talk about we must pass over in silence." Wittgenstein
Emile (On Education) Rousseau
Social Contract Rousseau
Discourse on Inequality Rousseau
Reveries of a Solitary Walker Rousseau
New Heloise Rousseau
Perpetual Peace Kant
Critique of Pure Reason Kant
Groundworks on the Metaphysics of Morals Kant
Leviathan Hobbes
Two Treatises of Government Locke
Tabula rasa Locke
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