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Five Influential Books—For Intellectual Historians

The end of the year is a traditional time in journalism to offer up various “best books” lists. Here are a few for your reading pleasure. Today, however, I want to offer something a bit different. An online magazine called The Browser has a regular series titled the “Five Books Interviews.” The series has attracted some intriguing folks, such as Lynn Hunt offering her best of five on the French Revolution, Judith Flanders on the Victorian Age, and Woody Allen discussing the books that have inspired him. Recently The Browser created a list of the five best philosophy books, recommended Read more