So I've got a lot of time on my hands this semester with only one subject at uni and a job where I can get away with doing next to nothing, so I thought I'd do some reading. Rather than tackling another novel or book about why the UN/corporations/environmentalists/social networks etc. suck/are wrong, I figured I'd try something a little thought provoking.
I've studied a little Philosophy at school, although most of it was just a quick overview and have decided to revisit it more specifically. So I'm calling out to all those who studied/have an interest in topics such as free-will, ethics, culture etc. at a philosophical level to spit some books, lectures and readings that are worth taking a look. These can range from Thus Spoke Zarathustra to a Big Think talk.
A blessing on all those who can help me out on my quest to kill a little time this year.