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  1. I would start with lectures on philosophy. Here the language is more lively, and the dive is not so detailed that it can immediately turn away.

    To those lectures that have already been mentioned, I will add Andrey Zubov (storitel and just online).

    On litres.ru lectures by Diana Gasparyan.

  2. Not long ago, I stumbled upon course Muravyov in the history of philosophy —�http://philosophiya.ru/educational-courses/history-philosophy/index.php.�Modernity it does not affect, but it looks very interesting.

    There are two options — either you study for a fee of 1k / month (at the same time, you can complete it at a convenient pace, that is, you can finish it in a month or two), or write a motivation letter and complete it for free.

  3. “History… “a very respected and authoritative book. Nevertheless, it is very author's and it is worth reading, let's say, in the middle of the road, I think. Otherwise, you may find yourself under the author's charm and be biased towards the philosophers he criticizes and, conversely, put on rose-colored glasses before reading the philosophers he reveres.
    Personally, in my experience, I would recommend starting your study of philosophy with the brilliant textbook by Reale and Antiseri.�



    http://elar.urfu.ru/handle/10995/997� ��

    They brilliantly analyze the philosophical concepts of each philosopher. So that sometimes they are even clearer and simpler than the philosophers themselves.�
    There is also a small recommendation – start reading texts from antiquity or from the existentialists. They are easier and more accessible for beginners. Then go down or up the timeline accordingly. Good luck)

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