Learn Schools of Philosophy With A Picture Instead of 1000 Words

October 3, 2014 — Leave a comment


For all you visual learners out there, you can now pick up a collection of minimalist graphics illustrating schools of thought in philosophy. Appropriately called Philographics, it is a way to grasp big ideas in simple shapes (hence the subtitle of the book). All of this comes to you from Genis Carreras, who put 95 movements in philosophy into visual form. If you’re into math, that’s at least 95,000 words you don’t need to read.

You can read more about the book and see larger visuals over at Brain Pickings.


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