The Phenomenology of Mind, Volume 1, Part 1 ( Philosophy Audiobook) by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
[Agnostic Philosophy of Robert G. Ingersoll] A Thanksgiving Sermon (Audiobook)
“One day, long before many gods were born, I woke from a deep sleep and found all my masks were stolen, the seven masks I have fashioned an worn in seven lives” (Quoted from the main text.) This masterpiece of Kahlil Gibran shows deep insight and wisdom on Humanity and its complicated conditions. It is very profound and may require multiple read/listen to fully penetrate its meaning. Enjoy!
“The Madman”: His Parables And Poems and “The Forerunner”: His Parables And Poems (by Kahlil Gibran) Audiobook
[Philosophical Analysis of Our Existence] Anthropology (by Immanuel Kant) Philosophy Audiobook
The main text starts at 03:52 mark. [A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind] (Philosophy Audiobook) by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description [Philosophy Audiobook] by Bertrand Russell
That Which Is Seen, and That Which Is Not Seen [Frédéric Bastiat] (Philosophy – Political Science Audiobook)
If you love Ron Paul, Ayn Rand, individualism and libertarian philosophy, you don’t want to miss this one. Listen for yourself what happens when collectivism completely prevailed and individual identity got wiped out. Warning! It’s not pretty!
[A Dystopian Fiction of Collectivist-Nightmare for Ron Paul & Ayn Rand Fans] The Republic of the Future by Anna Bowman Dodd (Audiobook)
This is one of the best arguments for agnosticism I have ever come across. Ingersoll was one of the most famous agnostics and well known for his well-rounded personality and noble character.
Psychical Research and the Bible [Agnostic Philosophy] by Robert G. Ingersoll, Audiobook
“Civilizations as yet have only been created and directed by a small intellectual aristocracy, never by crowds. Crowds are only powerful for destruction. Their rule is always tantamount to a barbarian phase.”, this is one of the most famous words of the author (Gustave Le Bon) and this book is one of the most important books in the field of group-social psychology (or herd psychology that he defined so brilliantly). Although I don’t agree with some of his analysis (for example, he criticizes a certain European country regarding certain characteristics but I think every group, crowd, general public from every country has the same ‘not so great’ traits so I don’t agree with him.), as a whole, this work is a masterpiece in terms of describing the characteristics of group mentality, herd mentality, group psychology, etc. without any candy-coating. This is an incredibly insightful writing yet brutally honest so not for the faint heart. Listen to this if you dare!
[Seminal Group-(Herd)-Psychology Audiobook] The Crowd by Gustave Le Bon (1841 – 1931) Audiobook