2 edition of introduction to philosophy found in the catalog.
introduction to philosophy
Major, David R.
|Statement||by David R. Major.|
|LC Classifications||BD31 .M25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||495|
|LC Control Number||33020274|
The textbook is published under a CC By license, which permits the greatest freedom to retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute its contents. When you don't want to read, you can get punishment from the publisher. This is a great device for those with no previous knowledge of philosophy because the questions raised are given concrete and familiar formulations, a change from the tendency to abstraction in some other introductions. But that is why I wrote my book. Highly practical for everyday life.
The titular question really is the focus of the book which leads Holt to search for answers in Oxford more than onceDavid Deutsche's cluttered living room just onceand at the bottom of a wine bottle numerous. In addition, the book is accompanied by supplementary materials that enhance its utility. Clarity rating: 4 Explanations are clear and concise. See also: Meno, Republic, Theaetetus.
Try not to anticipate. But that is why I wrote my book. Transitions are easy to follow and allow the reader to make important connections within and between chapters. Methods and approacheseditedDescriptor Revision. It shaped European philosophy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and its concerns are in many cases surprisingly similar to those of modern analytical philosophers.
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However, this is the type of collateral damage that Maritain gladly accepts because the force of Aristotelian philosophy is that it makes sense and its concepts are It investigates a wide range of introduction to philosophy book within a generally historical framework from the Ancient Greeks through to the present day.
Clarity rating: 4 Explanations are clear and concise. Good at conveying the wonder of philosophy, its ambitious scope means introduction to philosophy book some individual philosophers are treated somewhat sketchily.
Marx, deontology, structuralism, Husserl, phenomenology, eternity, projects, tea, opera, time, grammar and death and the giving of gifts in honour of cats are addressed with wit and insight. Yeah, you need to be smarter in this modern era. Comprehensive, erudite and revealing; this is a history written by one who would go on to become a regarded philosopher in his own right.
Included are a helpful bibliography and directions to internet addresses which, at the time of writing, are still viable. Our sphere of concern expands progressively through these chapters. Refreshingly, it ends up in Sartre instead of Wittgenstein or Carnap, for a change. These 'children's stories' contain many intriguing logical, semantic and philosophical puzzles.
He then explores three fields in detail: Theory of Knowledge, Theory of Value, and Metaphysics, each of them explained, defended, and critiqued in numerous positions. It is an intro, it is basically written, and covers most of the topics.
You may have searched for this book in many places. Chapters can be read in different orders and still be understood. So introduction to philosophy book may not make sense to bundle Eastern and Western philosophies, as well as history of philosophy and all the aspects that refer to these into one book.
The other journal, the one for her body, she calls 'Journal of the Movement of the World No. See if you can spot introduction to philosophy book Modularity rating: 5 The textbook is divided into chapters and sections that stand on their own, and thus lend themselves to easy revision, reorganization, remixing, and so on.
Vincent F. It does not have a glossary or an index. In my choice of introduction to philosophy book books, I give two which will introduce readers to the world of modern philosophy 2 and 3a general book on the history of philosophy 1 and seven masterpieces of philosophy in reliable, usually well introduced and annotated and often remarkably cheap modern editions.
It shaped European philosophy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and its concerns are in many cases surprisingly similar to those of modern analytical philosophers. Writes Cox, 'My point, however, is that to be a philosopher you don't actually have to know any of the arguments!
A rallying call against narrow specialism and the rise of the philosophical 'technocrats'. Methods and approacheseditedDescriptor Revision. As can be seen from the subtitle Savater asks us to try to think philosophically for ourselves.
Want to learn more about philosophy? Dialogues and Natural History of Religion by Hume In the Dialogues, Hume presents a sophisticated critique of the argument for God's existence from design that is, from the observation that the universe is ordered and its parts seem to serve purposes.Introduction to Philosophy by Philip A.
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It includes important readings by female philosophers, something that is sadly lacking in most other introductory texts."--Aleksandar Pjevalica, The University of Texas at El Paso "This is the best text on the market for teaching an Introduction to Philosophy course.
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Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Nature of Philosophy. Origins of Philosophy; What is Philosophy?Introduction To Philosophy. an. Online Textbook. by. Philip A. Pecorino, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy. Queensborough Community College, CUNY Table of Contents for the Online Textbook.An Ebook to Philosophy by George Stuart Fullerton Ebook eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at galisend.com Title: An Introduction to Philosophy.