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  1. For me, a book cannot open your eyes to absolutely everything, a book is the brainchild of an author, a person, he expresses his vision, his thoughts on this issue in it, and there will always be a subjective opinion, and you either accept his point of view or not. However, the author can reveal to you some aspects of life that you didn't know about, and then you will change your mind, perhaps radically, so books are just an auxiliary tool, your personal experience will tell you much more, you just need to learn to see, hear and at least think with your own mind.

  2. I will not be original if I call Nietzsche. But not Zarathustra, not at all. Whenever people talk about Nietzsche, it is usually Zarathustra that comes to mind, whereas for me the seer's main book is Human, Too Human. Not a book, but anthropology in its purest form, allows you to take a comprehensive look not only at human nature in general, but also at all spheres of human activity: from everyday life to thinking. In my opinion, it is a good cure for narrow-mindedness. After careful reading, the scale of what is visible around you will change with a high probability.

    Also that year, George Herbert Mead's monograph “The Philosophy of the Present” came to hand. Mead is an American classic of sociology, but his works are almost never published in Russian. But this work can be found in bookstores, as it was translated quite recently. The book raises questions about the essence of space and time not in the physical, but in the social context, that is, how a person perceives space and time, what it is for a particular individual and society as a whole. In short, space and time are described from a scientific point of view as a platform for human interaction. I will not continue spoiling. But the book is worth reading. Just to see the world differently.

  3. The Bible. This is a collection of controversial books. Who talk about the same thing, but in very different ways and from different sides.

    This showed me that the world is not reduced to appodictic truths. Well, in general, the breadth of the context.

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