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Steven D. Hales, Ph.D. (Brown) is a professor of philosophy at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He works primarily in metaphysics and epistemology, and also in popular philosophy. He was recently Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of London. He is a past winner of Bloomsburg University's Outstanding Teaching Award.


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A series of chatty yet insightful articles 15 Jan 2009
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Libraries strong in either popular philosophy applications or pets will find What Philosophy Can Tell You About Your Cat a winner: it analyzes the deep emotional impact on our lives cats can hold, offering vignettes ranging from insights on cat health care routines and issues to definitions of cruelty, cats in the afterlife, and more. A series of chatty yet insightful articles lets non-philosophers move easily from feline ownership to the world of philosophical reflection.
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