With 33 chapters squeezed into less than 200 pages, Peter Cave's absorbing journey into philosophy very much keeps the emphasis on brevity and fun, but also serves as a genuinely interesting primer for anyone who has ever been fascinated by those ethical dilemmas and logical paradoxes that life intermittently throws up. Written clearly with wit and knowledge, you'll find that the chapters fly by. Looking forward to reading the follow-up, 'What's Wrong with Eating People?'.
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