How to study philosophy without a degree?

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Leo has a bachelor's degree in philosophy, but not all of us are able or willing to go back to school to get a philosophy degree. There is a philosophy section of Leo's book list, but what about a list (or advice about creating a personal list) for those who want to start from the beginning and perhaps go more advanced than the typical college degree program in philosophy?

I looked at the philosophy program at my alma mater's undergraduate catalog, and it was a little too general and trying to be a little too "woke" to hit the complex issues. I did look at MIT's Linguistics and Philosophy department, and I may follow those courses. Still, I would appreciate Leo's input since he has a philosophy degree and figured out how to use his degree in the real world as a "philosophical entrepreneur."

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