It is, in essence, the most “portable” philosophy. It’s the kind of philosophy you can do anywhere, any day, with anyone (or no one at all). It’s the philosophy of observation, of your thoughts – and finding the “connections” between those thoughts, simply by way of thinking.
While armchairs are not required for the practice of armchair philosophy, we can’t imagine armchair philosophizing without picturing a handsome study or library, where some 1800s nobleman is seated on a luxurious leather Chesterfield, pipe in hand and arms at rest as he ponders the questions of the day.
But maybe you came to this article in hopes of finding the perfect armchair to suit your philosophical needs – and you want options. If so, we get that – and we’re here to help. Here are three of the best armchairs for philosophizing, pondering, perusing and/or pontificating,