Do You Think What You Think You Think?
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Do You Think What You Think You Think?

By (author) Julian Baggini , By (author) Jeremy Stangroom

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Is your brain ready for a thorough philosophical health check? Really, it won't hurt a bit...Is what you believe coherent and consistent? Or is it a jumble of contradictions? If you could design yourself a God, what would He (or She, or It) be like? Can you spot the logical flaw in an argument (even if it's hiding from you)? And how will you fare on the tricky terrain of ethics when your taboos are under the spotlight? If all this causes your brain to overheat, there is a philosophy general knowledge quiz to round off with. "Do You Think What You Think You Think?" presents a dozen quizzes that will reveal what you really think and what it all adds up to (brace yourself: it might not add up to what you expected). Challenging, fun, infuriating - sometimes all at once - this book will enable you to discover the you you never knew you were. Think of it as an MOT for your mind.

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 130 x 196 x 16mm | 258.55g
  • 02 Oct 2006
  • GRANTA BOOKS
  • London
  • English
  • 1862079161
  • 9781862079168
  • 103,130

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Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom are the founding editors of The Philosophers' Magazine. Julian Baggini writes regularly for the Guardian and is a frequent contributor to BBC Radio 4. His books include What's It All About? and the best-selling The Pig That Wants to be Eaten (Granta). Jeremy Stangroom's books include The Little Book of Big Ideas: Philosophy (A&C Black) and What Scientists Think (Routledge).

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From the author of the international bestseller, The Pig that Wants to be Eaten Based on the hugely popular Philosopher's Magazine website: www.philosophersnet.com Contains brand new quizzes never seen before Forget Sudoku - this will really make you exercise your brain! Praise for The Pig That Wants to be Eaten: 'Examines received opinions, things we take for granted, and dissects them entertainingly' The Times

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