I don’t believe I can be so stupid with a book costing me £24.99 from the Campus Bookshop.
I was searching for solutions to Research Draft Bid books within it’s portals when I stumbled on this one. It looked helpful with separate articles on the various Philosophers and the development of thought as it evolved into Continental Philosophy.
I admit reading it proved a lot more overly ambitious than I had first expected. From scanning Google pages I have seen it on MA syllabi and on syllabi of an advanced nature. The book presumes you have read the various Theorists cited, meaning one has to go backwards; there are upwards of 90 when I made a little Canonical Bookmark. It is challenging to read more than one article let alone 8 proposed on Philosophers of the Day.
Maybe I have got discouraged with the whole Reading thing because I read Kymlica (also Advanced) started with beginnings of Political Companion to Political Philosophy the Blackwell ones’and I have been discouraged meaning a whole wad of mini small volumes to boost numbers:Thomas More Utopia being one.(written in non-coffee-drunk state)