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French shipping giant CMA CGM has announced Freight All Kinds (FAK) rate increases from August 15 but not beyond August 31 on shipments from Asia to the Mediterranean and African ports, according to Shipping Gazette.The rate increase from September from Asia to all South African ports is US$300 per TEU and $600 per FEU.The new rate from Asia to the West Med is US$1,100 per TEU, $2,000 per FEU, $2,050 per FEU high cube and $2,050 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the Adriatic is $1,100 per TEU, $2,000 per FEU, $2,050 per FEU high cube and $2,050 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the Black Sea is $1,500 per TEU, $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to the East Med is $1,500 per TEU is $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to Syria is $1,500 per TEU is $2,100 per FEU, $2,100 per FEU high cube and $2,100 per FEU reefer.The new rate from Asia to Algeria is $2,000 per TEU, $3,800 per FEU and $3,875 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Tunisia is $1,900 per TEU, $3,600 per FEU and $3,675 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Libya is $1,750 per TEU, $3,300 per FEU and $3,375 per FEU high cube.The new rate from Asia to Morocco is $1,600 per TEU, $3,000 per FEU and $3,075 per FEU high cube.These rates include the basic freight and the bunker surcharge. The new rate subject to other bunker-related surcharges, the THC (origin and destination), the peak season charges and similar charges, the safety and security-related surcharges that are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder. Other charges such as Contingency charges and local charges may also apply.

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Who Will Win The EPL?

Find out who our writers are backing to succeed in the 2018/19 English Premier League. 

Premier League champions and Community Shield winners, Manchester City, will attempt to do what no team has managed since 2009 and record back-to-back title triumphs. The last side to win the Community Shield and then go on to clinch the Premier League title were Manchester United in 2010-11. 

Despite what recent history suggests, Pep Guardiola’s side are firm favourites to retain their title at 13/20, with Liverpool next on the betting at 4/1. Last season’s runners-up Manchester United are 7/1 to go one better this season, while Chelsea, who have won the Premier League twice in the last four seasons, are 12/1. Tottenham are priced up at 16/1 and Arsenal 20/1.

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Benedict Ngwenya says Manchester City – (13/20)
Pep Guardiola is not showing any signs of slowing down. He’s done some good business in the transfer market, roping in former PFA Footballer of the Year, Riyad Mahrez. The Algerian is joining a side that won the league by a whopping 100 points and their coach is already on his third season with the Citizens, while Chelsea and Arsenal have new coaches who still need to settle in. 

As far as other rivals are concerned, Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho has already started complaining about a disastrous pre-season potentially affecting the upcoming campaign in a negative way. Liverpool have a great side but they’re light for cover with inexperienced backup players, especially from the defensive point of view. Tottenham Hotspur haven’t really made any decent signings to bolster a side that will play UEFA Champions League season as well. Back City to defend a Premier League title for the first time ever! 

Top Four 
1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea

Jesse Nagel says Manchester City – (13/20)
Boring, I know, but I simply can’t see any other team winning the title. They’ve kept all of their key players, stuck with their manager, and the mere fact that some of their players are still adjusting to the Premier League makes them even more frightening. Kevin De Bruyne is Ballon d’Or worthy at the moment and I’m expecting another stellar campaign for the Belgian playmaker. They’re also more complete now and will welcome back Benjamin Mendy, who was the only player that they really missed last season. Pep Guardiola has made this far from an open league anymore and the bookmakers have got their price spot on at 13/20. 

As far as the top four is concerned, Liverpool have made all the right buys to cement a UEFA Champions League spot. Despite not doing the transfer business Jose Mourinho had hoped for, Manchester United have kept the same players who finished second last time out – so they should be there again as well. Arsenal have addressed some of their weak areas from previous campaigns, making five new defensive-minded signings so they should round up the top four, for me.

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Manchester United
4. Arsenal

Aaron Crowie says Arsenal – (20/1)
Arsenal are valued at a tempting 20/1 to win the league and I might be a Gooner myself but this is the first time I have ever tipped them to do so. As an Arsenal supporter it was sad to see Arsene Wenger go but Unai Emery looks to have fit the club like a glove. 

The Gunners have bolstered their squad with five new and exciting recruits – all defensive minded – in an attempt to at least reclaim top four, including Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi. The new boss in the hot seat promises counter-pressing football and a team that will challenge for top honours. Pre-season has seen Arsenal show off their capability and as the season progresses, I can only see the Gunners going from strength-to-strength.   

Top Four
1. Arsenal 
2. Manchester City
3. Liverpool 
4. Tottenham


Jason Dewey says Manchester City – (13/20)
Manchester City will surely make it back to back titles in the 2018/19 season, although they’ll be run a lot closer than they were last time out. Liverpool appear to be the best equipped to deliver the sort of challenge the Citizens lacked last year, but I do feel Jurgen Klopp’s men will fall just short. Arsenal have strengthened in key areas and could find themselves back in the mix. Meanwhile, Spurs have yet to make any additions to their squad, at the time of writing. 

Everyone knows that you need to spend in order to stand still in this league. They’re only three injuries away from a potential crisis at the moment. That leaves Manchester United and Chelsea to miss out. I just don’t think United will challenge this season with Jose Mourinho at the helm. He’s a festering boil on the face of one of Europe’s proudest clubs and his endless unhappiness with his squad appears to be having an effect on his players. Chelsea are in a rebuilding phase at the minute and aren’t really expected to challenge.

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Tottenham

Wayde Dorkin says Manchester City – (13/20)
In my view Manchester City are by far the best Premier League team. They have a complete squad with the right balance and ample quality. However, with the label of “champions” Pep Guardiola will have his hands full week in and week out trying to defend a Premier League title. As a Liverpool fan myself, I am tired of hearing that “this is the year”. 

However, I feel like this could well be the year. Jurgen Klopp is a great manager that has some valuable EPL experience now. He has strengthened his squad, bringing in a quality goalkeeper in Alisson, and two highly-rated midfielders Naby Keita and Fabinho as well as added attacking depth with the acquisition of Xherdan Shaqiri. If you look at their competition only Manchester City look true title contenders. Arsenal could surprise after finally letting go of Arsene Wenger, Manchester United look in for a topsy-turvy season with Moanrinho and Chelsea and Tottenham will need their stars to really shine to stand a decent shot at the title. I predict a close title race between Manchester City and Liverpool but I just can’t see Liverpool lifting a Premier League title, that’s probably because I’ve never seen it.

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Chelsea

Banele Pikwa says Manchester City – (13/20)
To be honest, there haven’t been any big star signings in the Premier League so far, those Ronaldo and Neymar type of signings that automatically put the team in a different position. With that said, I’m expecting Manchester City to continue where they left off last season. 

Liverpool will provide the greatest threat to City 's bid to retain their Premier League crown after signing top-class shot-stopper Alisson, a position that needed strengthening and keeping all their players from last season. Tottenham have made some questionable decisions which might cost them a top four spot and playing their first four games away might even be more difficult.  

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Manchester United
4. Arsenal

Chad Nagel says Manchester City – (13/20)
Let me start by saying I correctly picked the last two Premier League title winners (Chelsea and Manchester City) and I feel even more confident now than I did before. For the first time this decade, the reigning Premier League champions could retain their crown. Pep Guardiola has held on to all of his key players and added Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City to an already stacked offensive squad. 

City should go into the new season where they left off with the belief that they are capable of beating anyone in the Premier League home or away. There's a feeling that only one team can stop them: Liverpool. The Reds have strengthened their squad and should make a push for the title, but Guardiola’s side should pip them to top spot. I’ll back Manchester United to finish third and Chelsea to creep into fourth spot, but it will be very close. 

Top Four
1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Manchester United
4. Chelsea

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French-Algerian businessman and activist, Rachid Nekkaz, has pledged to pay fines issued in Denmark for breaches of a new law against face-masking garments, known as the 'burqa ban', after a 29-year-old woman became the first to be penalised under the law, which came into effect last week. Nekkaz told Berlingske he already paid hundreds of thousands of euros for women fined in Belgium, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands and Germany.
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ALGIERS – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) received a contribution of dates from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia worth US$1.5 million to support refugees residing in camps in Algeria.
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The struggle for liberation has never been about safety; justice is gained by confronting reality, however dangerous it may be.

This article first appeared on Waging Nonviolence.

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The latest lurch in global statecraft—Trump’s dissing NATO allies then playing footsie with Vladimir Putin—leaves many scrambling to maintain some balance. Republicans for whom the enemy status of Russia is an article of faith are beside themselves. Democrats are running out of adjectives to describe Trump’s behavior. And activists who have been around for longer than the last election are wondering how to steer a steady course in the midst of extremities.

It reminds me of whitewater rafting on the Upper Gauley River in West Virginia, the kind where people aren’t supposed to even get into the raft unless they’ve had prior experience. I never paddled so hard in my life. At one point, even our guide was tossed out of the raft; thankfully a nearby kayaker grabbed him and returned him to us.

When the activist and lesbian feminist writer Barbara Deming encountered Frantz Fanon’s “Wretched of the Earth,” she praised his raising the question of balance. Fanon, involved with with the Algerian war of independence from the French empire, was writing about armed struggle for liberation. He said a major challenge for revolutionaries at a time of accelerating turbulence is how to avoid vertigo, the dizziness that accompanies highly emotional events happening around us.

Deming’s personal experience in the 1960s civil rights movement brought that kind of challenge, she said in her reflection “On Revolution and Equilibrium.” Deming found in the midst of turbulence that her commitment to nonviolence was steadying for her and others. Locked up in jail in Albany, Georgia, as one of a group of pacifists arrested for breaking the segregation laws, Deming undertook a fast that—when I saw her in the courtroom—left her hardly able to walk. The group won their struggle with the infamous Sheriff Laurie Pritchett.

When I read her essay, I saw that her nonviolent commitment had a steadying ability to lead her more deeply into her center—where, as organizer and trainer Starhawk teaches, one source of power lies.

What does the white water mean for strategizing?

Whichever practices we choose for self- and group-centering, there is still the question of strategy. When paddling to keep up with the river, it matters whether you avoid the biggest rocks and how you handle the waterfall that lies just ahead. Black historian Vincent Harding likened the history of his people to a river, sometimes so placid that the current was hardly noticeable, and other times racing at a furious pace. His metaphor helped me to see that in black history the ability of people to make the most of the rapids was linked to the group capacity they’d built in the quieter times.

Community organizers know this, nurturing leadership skills and supporting group solidarity—so that when the white water comes, the team will paddle together. But what do we do now that we’ve already entered the white water?

Use opportunities efficiently.

We need to choose tactics that achieve strategic goals. Venting is not enough reason to have a demonstration. For a hundred years we can express ourselves through one-off actions and not make a difference. Corporate executives and politicians know that we can gather a hundred thousand or a million people together and that we’ll go home the next day. From their point of view, no problem.

A politician running for office knows that winning requires more than holding a rally and then counting the votes. To win, they need a campaign. That’s exactly the case for activists: direct action campaigns give us a chance to win. A campaign has a demand, a target (the decider who can yield the demand), and a series of escalating actions that reflect campaign growth and increased campaign militancy.

Expect attitude change.

In the accelerating 1960s, a number of white segregationists began to accept the need for integration. In the turbulent 1930s, stoutly racist white auto workers in Michigan began to see the value of an integrated United Auto Workers. I’ve watched patriots supporting the Vietnam War start to oppose it and family members contemptuous toward LGBT people embrace us. A century ago, while war and industrialization accelerated change, male chauvinists became willing to give the vote to women.

As the river runs faster, the big problem becomes rigidity among activists who grew accustomed to excluding those who weren’t “in the know.” Judgment becomes more important than effectiveness, when activists would rather be right than learn how to unite to win.

I’m told that increasing numbers of young people are now realizing that “the calling out culture” was a toxic trap, creating activist groups on campuses and elsewhere that marginalized themselves.

As a gay man brought up working class, I am in touch with the fear that leads me to judging, to differentiating myself from people who I expect through long experience will keep the micro-aggressions coming. These days I rage and cry, at home, about the professional middle-class activists whose description of Trump supporters is riddled with prejudice against my class.

It helps me to know that the struggle for liberation has never been about safety, about protecting myself inside a bubble apart from the reality that is out there. Justice is gained through campaigns confronting the reality and changing it. Ironically, the greatest availability for change is in those political moments when the ugly reality is most apparent, when the bigots yelled “fag” at me and my people as we campaigned for equality.

In the midst of turbulence humans tend to “gird ourselves for defense” instead of continually scanning for the changes in attitude that happen around us. Then we miss opportunities to support the changes. It helps to watch revealing films like John Singleton’s “Higher Learning,” or listen to reformed white nationalist Christian Picciolini tell his story.

Support growing interest in alternatives.

Most people experience political turbulence as stressful, since it comes on top of what can be challenging personal lives. Some respond with nostalgia for the “good old days,” but others open their minds to an alternative vision.

The 1850s in the United States was a period of whitewater. In the turbulence surrounding the Fugitive Slave Act and the Dred Scott decision, black abolitionist Martin R. Delany published a utopian novel “Blake.” Feminists and ecological writers famously published visions in the 1970s. We see the theme now again in the hit movie “Black Panther.”

Alternative visions help in vital ways. They express hope, especially needed now by those distracted by the negativity of Trump. Visions help to create platforms for uniting a movement of movements, an essential if we want a living revolution. They also add significance to the new economy institutions that are being built in our midst, the start-ups for what needs to happen after a power shift opens the way to the new society.

In her book “No Is Not Enough,” Naomi Klein shares the process Canadian civil society groups went through to come up with their vision of a just Canada: The LEAP Manifesto. They intentionally called it a “leap” to distinguish from the step-by-step incrementalism that held many Canadian progressives in its soggy embrace.

In short, acceleration of the pace of change opens opportunities that activists need in order to launch mass movements. After the failure of Occupy, we’ve been in a period of what I’ve called “low-grade depression,” a dogged determination accompanied by a sense of helplessness and hopelessness.

Symptoms include plodding through tactical rituals (marches and rallies) and indulgence in blaming and guilting. The choppy white water of the river we’re traveling on invites a different orientation: to devise creative tactics as part of ongoing campaigns that can produce wins, to invite everyone to join whether or not they’re hip or use our favorite language, and to plant alternatives while taking seriously the need for a vision to replace the imploding status quo.

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The latest lurch in global statecraft—Trump’s dissing NATO allies then playing footsie with Vladimir Putin—leaves many scrambling to maintain some balance. Republicans for whom the enemy status of Russia is an article of faith are beside themselves. Democrats are running out of adjectives to describe Trump’s behavior. And activists who have been around for longer than the last election are wondering how to steer a steady course in the midst of extremities.

It reminds me of whitewater rafting on the Upper Gauley River in West Virginia, the kind where people aren’t supposed to even get into the raft unless they’ve had prior experience. I never paddled so hard in my life. At one point, even our guide was tossed out of the raft; thankfully a nearby kayaker grabbed him and returned him to us.

When the activist and lesbian feminist writer Barbara Deming encountered Frantz Fanon’s “Wretched of the Earth,” she praised his raising the question of balance. Fanon, involved with with the Algerian war of independence from the French empire, was writing about armed struggle for liberation. He said a major challenge for revolutionaries at a time of accelerating turbulence is how to avoid vertigo, the dizziness that accompanies highly emotional events happening around us.

Deming’s personal experience in the 1960s civil rights movement brought that kind of challenge, she said in her reflection “On Revolution and Equilibrium.” Deming found in the midst of turbulence that her commitment to nonviolence was steadying for her and others. Locked up in jail in Albany, Georgia, as one of a group of pacifists arrested for breaking the segregation laws, Deming undertook a fast that—when I saw her in the courtroom—left her hardly able to walk. The group won their struggle with the infamous Sheriff Laurie Pritchett.

When I read her essay, I saw that her nonviolent commitment had a steadying ability to lead her more deeply into her center—where, as organizer and trainer Starhawk teaches, one source of power lies.

What does the white water mean for strategizing?

Whichever practices we choose for self- and group-centering, there is still the question of strategy. When paddling to keep up with the river, it matters whether you avoid the biggest rocks and how you handle the waterfall that lies just ahead. Black historian Vincent Harding likened the history of his people to a river, sometimes so placid that the current was hardly noticeable, and other times racing at a furious pace. His metaphor helped me to see that in black history the ability of people to make the most of the rapids was linked to the group capacity they’d built in the quieter times.

Community organizers know this, nurturing leadership skills and supporting group solidarity—so that when the white water comes, the team will paddle together. But what do we do now that we’ve already entered the white water?

Use opportunities efficiently.

We need to choose tactics that achieve strategic goals. Venting is not enough reason to have a demonstration. For a hundred years we can express ourselves through one-off actions and not make a difference. Corporate executives and politicians know that we can gather a hundred thousand or a million people together and that we’ll go home the next day. From their point of view, no problem.

A politician running for office knows that winning requires more than holding a rally and then counting the votes. To win, they need a campaign. That’s exactly the case for activists: direct action campaigns give us a chance to win. A campaign has a demand, a target (the decider who can yield the demand), and a series of escalating actions that reflect campaign growth and increased campaign militancy.

Expect attitude change.

In the accelerating 1960s, a number of white segregationists began to accept the need for integration. In the turbulent 1930s, stoutly racist white auto workers in Michigan began to see the value of an integrated United Auto Workers. I’ve watched patriots supporting the Vietnam War start to oppose it and family members contemptuous toward LGBT people embrace us. A century ago, while war and industrialization accelerated change, male chauvinists became willing to give the vote to women.

As the river runs faster, the big problem becomes rigidity among activists who grew accustomed to excluding those who weren’t “in the know.” Judgment becomes more important than effectiveness, when activists would rather be right than learn how to unite to win.

I’m told that increasing numbers of young people are now realizing that “the calling out culture” was a toxic trap, creating activist groups on campuses and elsewhere that marginalized themselves.

As a gay man brought up working class, I am in touch with the fear that leads me to judging, to differentiating myself from people who I expect through long experience will keep the micro-aggressions coming. These days I rage and cry, at home, about the professional middle-class activists whose description of Trump supporters is riddled with prejudice against my class.

It helps me to know that the struggle for liberation has never been about safety, about protecting myself inside a bubble apart from the reality that is out there. Justice is gained through campaigns confronting the reality and changing it. Ironically, the greatest availability for change is in those political moments when the ugly reality is most apparent, when the bigots yelled “fag” at me and my people as we campaigned for equality.

In the midst of turbulence humans tend to “gird ourselves for defense” instead of continually scanning for the changes in attitude that happen around us. Then we miss opportunities to support the changes. It helps to watch revealing films like John Singleton’s “Higher Learning,” or listen to reformed white nationalist Christian Picciolini tell his story.

Support growing interest in alternatives.

Most people experience political turbulence as stressful, since it comes on top of what can be challenging personal lives. Some respond with nostalgia for the “good old days,” but others open their minds to an alternative vision.

The 1850s in the United States was a period of whitewater. In the turbulence surrounding the Fugitive Slave Act and the Dred Scott decision, black abolitionist Martin R. Delany published a utopian novel “Blake.” Feminists and ecological writers famously published visions in the 1970s. We see the theme now again in the hit movie “Black Panther.”

Alternative visions help in vital ways. They express hope, especially needed now by those distracted by the negativity of Trump. Visions help to create platforms for uniting a movement of movements, an essential if we want a living revolution. They also add significance to the new economy institutions that are being built in our midst, the start-ups for what needs to happen after a power shift opens the way to the new society.

In her book “No Is Not Enough,” Naomi Klein shares the process Canadian civil society groups went through to come up with their vision of a just Canada: The LEAP Manifesto. They intentionally called it a “leap” to distinguish from the step-by-step incrementalism that held many Canadian progressives in its soggy embrace.

In short, acceleration of the pace of change opens opportunities that activists need in order to launch mass movements. After the failure of Occupy, we’ve been in a period of what I’ve called “low-grade depression,” a dogged determination accompanied by a sense of helplessness and hopelessness.

Symptoms include plodding through tactical rituals (marches and rallies) and indulgence in blaming and guilting. The choppy white water of the river we’re traveling on invites a different orientation: to devise creative tactics as part of ongoing campaigns that can produce wins, to invite everyone to join whether or not they’re hip or use our favorite language, and to plant alternatives while taking seriously the need for a vision to replace the imploding status quo.

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Whether we know it or not, we all secretly love philosophy. Discussing abstract concepts, analyzing the most human internal struggles, and overcoming while understanding the voices in our head—all these are things we benefit from, and they're all related to philosophy.


However, many today tend to avoid philosophical discussion, merely because it comes off as too challenging or academic. We think philosophy is confined to the wide collegiate lecture halls, where an old man in a beard is asking for five-thousand-word essays. Society has somehow conditioned most of us to ignore or even fear philosophy because much of it seems like suffering.


Nevertheless, the study of philosophy is not as academic or complicated as one might believe. The best philosophers of history were not the academic types at all; instead, they lived life and set examples which they wrote down afterwards. Practical and applicable as it is, anyone could understand the philosophy of our forefathers.


So here are the 15 best philosophy books which have shaped societies and cultures throughout human history.


1) "The Nicomachean Ethics" - Aristotle


In the Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle's primary question is: what's the best thing for a human being? The answer he gives is happiness, not as something we feel, but as a specially good kind of life instead. Happiness is made up of several activities in which humans use their best capacities, both the ones that contribute to their flourishing as members of a community and the ones that allow them to engage in god-like contemplation.


2) "The Republic" - Plato


One of the most significant works on philosophy and political theory ever produced, The Republic has formed western thought for thousands of years, and it's still as relevant today as when Plato first wrote it in during the time of Ancient Greece. It is widely regarded as the foundation of Western philosophy. Fashioned in the form of communication between Greek philosopher Socrates and three different interlocutors, The Republic is a search for the notion of an ideal community and the perfect individual within it.


3) "The Enchiridion" - Epictetus


Enchiridion or “manual” has played a critical role in the rise of modern philosophy. As soon as it was translated into the vernacular languages, it immediately became a bestseller among independent intellectuals, anti-Christian thinkers, and philosophers of a subjective cast. It has also been studied and widely quoted by Scottish philosophers such as Francis Hutcheson, Adam Smith, and Adam Ferguson.


4) "The Stranger" - Albert Camus


The Stranger is one of the seminal texts of existentialism and 20th-century literature in general, at least in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture. Through the story of a typical man unwittingly drawn into a senseless murder on an Algerian beach, Camus has explored what the nakedness of human faced with the absurd.


5) "A Discourse on Inequality" - Jean-Jacques Rousseau


In A Discourse on Inequality Rousseau set out to demonstrate how the growth of civilization corrupts human’s natural happiness and freedom by leading to artificial inequalities of wealth, power, as well as social privilege. Arguing that primitive man was equal to his fellows, Rousseau supports that as societies became more sophisticated, the strongest, as well as the most intelligent members of the community, gained an unnatural advantage over their weaker brethren. Rousseau’s political and social arguments in the Discourse were a greatly influential denunciation of the social conditions of his time and among the most revolutionary documents of the 18th century.


6) "Candide" - Voltaire


Candide was living a simple, sheltered life in “the best of all possible worlds.” However, when Candide fell in love with the wrong woman, his uncle’s young daughter, he was exiled from the baron’s castle and suffered great tragedy and catastrophe, which left him disillusioned and questioning the universe's goodness. Penned in only three days—and secretly published—Voltaire’s legendary satire deftly skewers religious, romantic, and political naïveté with an acerbic and ribald wit that delights to this day.


7) "Faust" - Johann Wolfgang Goethe


A classic of world literature, Faust is a philosophical and poetic drama full of satire, irony, humor, and tragedy. Dr. Faust was a brilliant scholar, who made a contract with the devil, Mephistopheles. The devil would do all Faust asked and seek to grant him such a glorious moment that he would wish it could last for ever.


8) “Fragments” - Heraclitus


If Fragments by Heraclitus were published today, some might think of it less of a philosophical book and more of a book of short poems. Heraclitus’ text is indeed much more poetic than the others on the list, but that does not mean it's any less philosophical than its peers. The philosopher shares his understandings of the world in short and concise sentences. While some can be easily understood, some others might be more abstract, with various interpretations for every reader.


9) “Letters from a Stoic” - Seneca


In Seneca's book, Letters from a Stoic, we read the letters he wrote to his friends, powerful figures of Ancient Rome. These letters teach us about the practical teachings of stoicism: how only this which influences your life is important. Appreciation of pain and hardship, thinking that the ideal way to live our life is to tolerate the difficulties we go through to practice our virtue are some significant lessons of the book.


10) “The Essential Epicurus” - Epicurus


Epicurus was a famous philosopher and teacher of Ancient Greece, best known for having founded the Epicureanism school of philosophy. His thought revolves around simplicity—cutting down on the trivialities and nuances which pester our lives and trimming it down to friendship, joy, and happiness.


11) “Nature and Selected Essays” - Ralph Waldo Emerson


Ralph Waldo Emerson’s selected essays have an amazing way of spurning a reader into motion. So much of philosophy leads us to sit down and think, but Emerson instead encourages us to act and make choices. His essays push the reader to reach his/her potential and make the best choices. Also, unlike the classic peers of his time, Emerson’s essays have the American drive to succeed and persevere.


12) Man’s Search for Meaning - Viktor Frankl


Viktor Frankl was an honored psychologist of the 20th century. His book, Man’s Search for Meaning, influenced numerous thinkers and scientists of his time. It triggered the question, “What's the meaning of life?”, which might be one of the biggest struggles facing modern human today. So what is the answer? That it is not our question to ask in the first place. It's life itself which asks the problem, and it's our responsibility to determine that meaning in what we do.


13) Essays - Montaigne


Montaigne, like Heraclitus, was concerned with one simple thing: “Inquiring within.” He believed the answer to all of our most challenging questions could be discovered within the self, and, therefore, he dedicated his life to understanding himself, as well as the selves of others. He'd ask himself and people around him extraordinary questions which would make them reveal their inner thoughts. These are the encounters that he shares in his essays.


14) Meditations - Marcus Aurelius


If you're interested in philosophy, then you've probably already heard of Meditations. Meditation is the unique diary and journal of Marcus Aurelius, that served as the Roman emperor during the second century. Every night for the most of his rule, Marcus spent the time to practice his spiritual and mental exercises, personalized rituals which, as he believed, helped him become the ideal self.


15) Essays and Aphorisms - Arthur Schopenhauer


Schopenhauer was a German philosopher of the nineteenth century who along with his peers established the idea that the universe isn't a rational place. His writings in the book Essays and Aphorisms help us in understanding the human “will” and the internal power and drive which pushes us. Schopenhauer also discusses the difference between hope and action. He is primarily concerned with solving problems instead of ruminating over them.


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