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Philosophies by Ronald Ross is a thought-provoking and informative exploration of various philosophical concepts. Ross delves into topics such as ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology, providing readers with a comprehensive overview of different schools of thought.

What sets this book apart is Ross's clear and accessible writing style, which makes complex philosophical ideas easy to understand. He presents each concept in a straightforward manner, using real-world examples to illustrate their relevance.

While some chapters may be more engaging than others depending on the reader's personal interests, overall, Philosophies offers a well-rounded and engaging introduction to the world of philosophy. Whether you are a seasoned philosopher or a newcomer to the field, Ross's book is sure to spark your curiosity and deepen your understanding of the human experience.

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This is a volume of poetry by Ronald Ross. It was composed in India during Ross' intensive research of malaria. Ross was first to discover how mosquitoes transmit malaria and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for this work in 1902. While this research is still well-known today, it is not very well-known that Ross also wrote poetry. This volume contains some of his poems, composed during his stay in India. - Summary by Carolin

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