The 7 books you'll find in this bundle are these:
David Hume - David Hume was a Scottish philosopher and historian. He was also known for his essays and economic analyses. He supported empiricism, skepticism, and naturalism in his own little way, which shed light on life and reasoning in a distinct manner he has propagated in various, ethical ways.
Stoicism - Stoicism focuses on using reason to understand the laws of nature and to bridle passions and overcome weaknesses, addictions, and tendencies that make us dependent on the world around us. In that way, Stoicism helps us achieve higher levels of success, emotional control, and a love for everything we encounter.
Plato - He founded one of the first organized academies in Western civilization. His standings on life and perceptions have been quoted and referred to worldwide for centuries, as well as his main student, Aristotle. He wrote about metaphysics, epistemology, and education.
Immanuel Kant - Immanuel Kant was born in the 18th century in Prussia. So actually, he wasn’t originally from Germany. Nonetheless, he set the stage for German philosophy in the following century.
John Locke - Although considered as a pure politician and idealist by some, John Locke’s philosophical views on life have inspired many to take a step back and reassess the nature of governments, property, and human rights.
Erasmus - He stood for humanism, children’s rights, and theological ideologies that he wasn’t afraid to spread across the Dutch nation, which was going through some dramatic transformations at that time.
Thomas Aquinas - Italian philosopher, Thomas Aquinas, had a major impact on Christian theology, the rise of Scholasticism, and the Roman Catholic Church. His Summa Theologica and other works are renowned, and they emphasize the five pieces of evidences that God exists.