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OU on the BBC: Journeys In Thought

Updated Monday 21st November 2005

 

Jonathan Rée follows the routes - and the thoughts - of some key philosophers in this BBC Radio 3 series. Retrace the physical journeys, and discover how landscape shaped the direction some of the greatest thinkers.

 

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