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This review is from: Philosophy: The Basics (Basics (Routledge Paperback)) (Paperback)
This gives a good depth into 'the basics' of philosophy. It is divided into seven chapters including God, right and wrong, politics, the external world, science, mind,and art. Each chapter has at least twenty subheadings within its subject. For example, the first chapter on God deals with the intelligent design argument,Fine tuningthe ontological argument, Knowledge, proof and the existence of God, the problem of evil and so on. Warburton also includes some appropriate philosophy sites to visit as well as recommendations for further reading at the end of each chapter. No problem recommending it and for a specialist book of over 164 pages, it's reasonably priced.