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A World of Ideas: A Dictionary of Important Theories, Concepts, Beliefs, and Thinkers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2001

    Everything I Always Wanted to Know, But Was Afraid to Ask

    ¿A World of Ideas' is an excellent reference book for anyone who wants to know more about philosophies, ideas, beliefs, and perspectives from numerous cultures through centuries of thought. Many of the ideas the author chose are subjects that I've wanted to understand for years. Several times I've found myself reading with my fingers stuck in different parts of the book because there are so many aspects to the entries that I want to find out more about. The entries are clear and very layperson-intelligible. This ¿dictionary of ideas¿ is handily presented in alphabetical order, and the cross-referencing is extremely well done. And I love the fact that all of the different and sometimes opposing viewpoints are presented with equal weight -- nothing is put forward as being better or worse or right or wrong. It is truly clear information with no editorializing, no slant to prejudice a reader. It lets us make our own choices, and that is a great gift when it comes to presenting information. The best part about it for me is that when I went to school, I always knew that they didn't offer information about the most interesting stuff, and I never knew where to find it. I've finally found it: 'A World of Ideas' satisfies my intense curiosity about the infinitely diverse viewpoints through the centuries and around the world.

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