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"Having not really gotten into Game of Thrones I wanted to find something that might peek my interest about the serious and give me a whole new prospective and a way of looking at the series as a whole. While you get a lot of discussion about the characters and their decisions in the show I felt that there was something that was still missing from these discussions. When I came across The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy I knew I had found the right book. The author holds a PH. D and they uses various essays to examine and explain the thought process of the characters and how things line up from a philosophical standpoint. This gives more life to the series in my mind and puts things in the context of reality from fantasy.""A fun GoT book about philosophy and how it relates to the world of Westeros. I enjoyed it quite a bit and if delving into the wisdom of the series sound like fun to you, I'd suggest picking it up."
"I was looking for must-read philosophy literature and I came across this amazing book themed after Game of Thrones. As a fan of the show and a fan of complex philosophies and complex ideas, this book blew me away. It's absolutely phenomenal! A must read if you are interested in learning more about the biggest questions of life while simultaneously making connections with the world of Game of Thrones."
"The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy: You Think or Die (Popular Culture and Philosophy) is well, just what it says it is, the Ultimate Game of Thrones Guide! I've found no other book that compares to this one in terms of in depth knowledge and expertise. I can watch the show ten times over and not nearly know the show as this book teaches.""I don't think this is the best related book in relation to the problem. The problem calls for something like an encyclopedia, or compendium of sorts. This book focuses more on philosophy and not so much, the origins, histories and houses."