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  1. Immersion in philosophy is better to start with textbooks, for example, with the textbook “History of Philosophy” Vasiliev, Krotov, Bugay. There you can get a basic layer of knowledge, having which, you can more easily immerse yourself in individual philosophical schools, trends and epochs.

    And then you can study philosophers by epoch, starting with Antiquity.

  2. You need to start studying philosophy with a textbook on philosophy. It presents in chronological order various philosophical views from the beginning to the present. Based on the information obtained from the textbook on philosophy, you can proceed to the study of specific philosophical trends and works of specific philosophers.

  3. For a general introduction, to understand what it is and what it is eaten with -” The History of Western Philosophy ” by Bertrand Russell. The book is written in a clear language and is just aimed at people just beginning to get acquainted. Alternatively, you can read this book and read their works in chapters with various philosophers. For example, after reading about Plato, get acquainted with his “State”. By the way, “The State” is just such a work that can be read without any special knowledge, and plus it's hard to overestimate the importance of this dialogue.�
    Well, from the lectures, I can recommend Elena Pavlova�youtube.com

    Again, this is just my vision of how this can be approached. Probably there are better books than Russell's, etc., but what is certain is that it is worth studying philosophy in chronological order, from ancient philosophers to Dugin (no), because the development of basic thoughts and ideas goes from one to another.

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