Philosophy: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides) Paperback – 6 Sep 2012
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Lucid and finely crafted. Engagingly presented and admirably concise --John Cottingham Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Reading
Perfect. I wish this book had been my introduction to philosophy. It raises all the essential philosophical questions in a lively, engaging, and accessible way. --William Irwin Professor of Philosophy, King s College, Pennsylvania and General Editor of The Blackwell Philosophy and Popular Culture Series
Excellent... Careful, reflective, clear, and entertaining. --Timothy Chappell Professor of Philosophy, Open University
"Perfect. I wish this book had been my introduction to philosophy. It raises all the essential philosophical questions, issues, and problems in a lively, engaging, and accessible way."(William Irwin - Professor of Philosophy, King's College Pennsylvania and Editor of The Blackwell)
"There is no better introduction to the subject than this. It covers a wide range of issues with clarity, with wit, but also with profundity."(Paul Snowdon - Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, UCL)
“Lucid and finely crafted. Engagingly presented, and admirably concise, it can be relied on to engage the interest of beginning students and general readers alike.”(John Cottingham - President of the British Society for the Philosophy of Religion and Professor Emer)
"An excellent introduction. Careful, reflective, clear, and entertaining."(Timothy Chappell - Professor of Philosophy, The Open University) See all Product description
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