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Philosophy Without the Boring Bits
     

Philosophy Without the Boring Bits

by Peter Cave
 

Philosophy might make you think of dusty statues in togas or Zen masters meditating, but the philosophical world has far more to offer than ancient men in beards: it can also tell you everything there is to know about life, love, and death. In a series of highly original, entertaining, and often extraordinary scenarios, Philosophy Without the Boring Bits

Overview

Philosophy might make you think of dusty statues in togas or Zen masters meditating, but the philosophical world has far more to offer than ancient men in beards: it can also tell you everything there is to know about life, love, and death. In a series of highly original, entertaining, and often extraordinary scenarios, Philosophy Without the Boring Bits brings to life 35 key philosophy concepts in a way that anyone can understand.

Easy to follow and impossible to put down, this book will not only help you to think like a bat—it will have you thinking like a philosopher.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435125667
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
12/30/2010
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 7.12(h) x 0.95(d)

Meet the Author

Peter Cave teaches philosophy at the Open University in London. His articles appear regularly in philosophy magazines and scholarly journals, and he is also a frequent broadcaster, having scripted the Paradoxical Fair series for BBC Radio 4. His previous publications include the best-selling Can a Robot be Human? And What’s Wrong with Eating People?

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