“One reason to choose it is not only that it has both volumes in it—Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass together—but it also has annotations by Martin Gardner, who wasn’t a philosopher, but a mathematician. The annotations are really so cool. Since the author Lewis Carroll—whose actual name was Charles Dodgson— was a mathematician you have many mathematical ideas in it. But you also have weird philosophical ideas about the philosophy of language, like, ‘Do cats eat bats or bats eat cats?’” Read more...
The Best Illustrated Philosophy Books
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