Questions That Matter: An Invitation to Philosophy

  • Title: Questions That Matter: An Invitation to Philosophy
  • Author: Ed L. Miller
  • ISBN: 9780070428362
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Questions That Matter An Invitation to Philosophy This popular choice for introductory philosophy courses again offers primary source readings woven into a text that is organized by key questions in philosophy The discussion of each question is prese
    This popular choice for introductory philosophy courses again offers primary source readings woven into a text that is organized by key questions in philosophy The discussion of each question is presented in a logical and historical light, showing connections, roots and influences The clarity of the presentation and the successful student pedagogical aids provide an acceThis popular choice for introductory philosophy courses again offers primary source readings woven into a text that is organized by key questions in philosophy The discussion of each question is presented in a logical and historical light, showing connections, roots and influences The clarity of the presentation and the successful student pedagogical aids provide an accessible, guided introduction to philosophy for college students.

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    1. Since this is an introductory level textbook, going in I wasn't expecting flowery prose and anecdotal material to buoy the narrative along. What I did expect - as one does when reading a textbook - was clarity of thought. This book more than delivered on that front. Despite it being a textbook, I personally found it a lot more engaging and immersive than books like Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy and A Brief History of Thought: A Philosophical Guide to Living that were written for [...]

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