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What is a good introductory book to philosophy?

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There are many good introductory texts to philosophy.

One short and simple guide that introduces some of the most important questions with no jargon or anything hard to understand is by Thomas Nagel and is called:
"What does it all mean?"

This is one of the most accessible and easy to understand introductions there is and looks at a few of the key questions that are tackled by a few areas of philosophy.

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