I read an article about East-Asian philosophy and how it's generally ignored by western philosophers. Of course that got me on a trek to find a book on Korean philosophy written in Korean. I still haven't succeeded but I will keep searching till I find one. I kind of wish I had studied philosophy in school. Of course now that I'm looking into East-Asian philosophy I see how lacking my understanding of western philosophy is. I took a class on ethics in college and that only whet my appetite for understanding philosophy.
Honestly I don't really know where to start. I really want to take a class on philosophy especially eastern philosophy. I think I might try finding an iTunes U channel on philosophy. I also need to find a good philosophy book, I've kind of gone digital when it comes to reading (don't get me wrong, I love the feel of a good paperbound book sometimes but eBooks are just so convenient.
I don't usually ask for comments... but anyone reading this have any ideas/suggestions for good teach-yourself philosophy books/sources?