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  1. From the book ” Philosophy. A Short Course” by Kleiman. In parallel, take online courses (in Russian) on Openedu, for example, or on coursera (in English). Very interesting Stretch cycle “In 90 minutes”. Start with whomever you want, but I would suggest reading Søren Kierkegaard first. Gradually delve into the works of the pre-Socratics (of whom so few have come down to us).

  2. In addition to the aforementioned book by Kleiman, I would like to mention another similar one- “The History of Western Philosophy” by Bertrand Russell. If you will not study philosophy in depth, then it is just for the general outlook.

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  3. With Aristotle's Metaphysics, and then with Kant's Critique of Pure Reason.

    I also recommend Russell, for example, his article “useless knowledge”, Hegel's “thinking abstractly”, Freud's “problems of metapsychology”.

    To fully immerse yourself after all this, it is worth reading Nietzsche's “Thus Spake Zarathustra”.

    Thank you for your question

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