Ah, philosophy! Many of us know how important and revolutionary the genre of philosophy is but we are afraid of its complexity (fearing we’ll never understand it) and thus, rarely jump into the subject. To tell a novice philosophy reader to jump into the essays of Immanuel Kant or Jean-Paul Sartre would most likely mean they would never venture into philosophy ever again and so it’s important to start slow and, for that, philosophical fiction is the way to go. This way one can follow a story all the while being introduced to the mind-boggling world of philosophy. Here are five books that we recommend.
Coming down heavily on the curriculum used by Nepali universities, Koirala said the Nepali universities failed to produce patriotic, humanitarian and thoughtful citizens could due to the influence of western philosophy and lack of proper knowledge of oriental philosophy in the curriculum designers.