What are the basics to learn and examine the philosophy of famous thinkers without developing a biased attitude?

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  • This may be too broad or primarily opinion-based. Because of that, it might be closed. However, you might want to read some of the questions and answers under tags that interest you and then answer or ask new questions related to them. Welcome to Philosophy! – Frank Hubeny Feb 26 at 13:10
  • Welcome! While this is a great question, it's too open-ended and broad for it to draw good answers in this format. Can you narrow it down at all? – Chris Sunami Feb 26 at 17:13
  • What is the best approach/practice to implement the ideas of great philosophers? – Saakshi Feb 26 at 18:38
  • I you can get to a good library then your task is 30 percent done. The rest is up to you. – Gordon Feb 27 at 3:00