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With my non-fiction audiobooks, you can dive into the fascinating world of philosophy in French. I offer a small selection of thought-provoking works by renowned philosophers (more to come) to challenge your mind and expand your knowledge. An excellent way to improve your comprehension skills and expand your vocabulary.


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La Vérité

Marquis de SADE

The Truth is a philosophical poem followed by notes composed by D.A.F. de Sade around 1777. In that poem Sade expresses his views about morals, God and Nature, as well as religion and its origins.

Dialogue entre un prêtre et un moribond

Marquis de SADE
Dialogue Between a Priest and a Dying Man expresses the author's atheism by having a dying man tell a priest about what he views as the mistakes of a pious life.

Qu'est-ce que les Lumières ?

Immanuel KANT

What Is Enlightenment? is a 1784 essay in which German philosopher Immanuel Kant analyses the lack of Enlightenment as people's inability to think for themselves due not to their lack of intellect, but lack of courage.