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  1. It is necessary to start with those works that are understandable. Or from those places in philosophical works that are understood. Just continue. Just like a jigsaw puzzle is made up. Gradually, incomprehensible works and places will become clear by themselves (tension of thought, of course, is always necessary).

    Since in philosophy only what is interesting is truly understood, it may be added that the “beginning” is always not someone else's work, but one's own, even if this work is represented by just one vague question that does not let go, or just one not yet completely clear idea that does not give rest

  2. With” What It All Means ” by Thomas Nagel. The text is small, but it addresses the main issues of interest to both the philosophy of former eras and modern ones.

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