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I'll appreciate if you name a couple

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I would recommend Philosophy Made Simple. It presents an overview of the filed. The author then provides critiques for it. As you read the overview ask the same questions, which come up on VR: what are the assumptions, weaknesses, etc. In the critique you will see that the authors talk about assumptions, weaknesses in argument, argument by way of analogy... After this you, if you are still interested in philosophy, I would recommend reading articles in different fields -- epistimeology, metaphysics...

I would also recommend check out the teaching company (just google). They have enough courses on philosophy. Provided you look at the appropriate places on the internet, you can download the courses for free.