Twenty Questions : Introduction to Philosophy
Bringing philosophy into conversation with other intellectual traditions and activities, Twenty Questions introduces beginning philosophy students to classic philosophical texts both old and new. The essays chosen in the fourth edition reflect a full range of human perspectives and voices so that students may benefit from philosophical reflections of thinkers outside the discipline.
- Paperback | 960 pages
- 165.1 x 231.14 x 33.02mm | 1,247.37g
- 08 Jan 2000
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc
- Belmont, CA, United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
Does religion give my life meaning?; how do I know that God exists?; what does science tell me about the world?; which should I believe- Darwin or Genesis?; how is my mind connected to my body?; what do I know?; does language make me think the way I do?; who am I?; how are my emotions important to me?; how should I feel about abortion?; what's the meaning of death?; how does racism affect my life?; why shouldn't I be selfish?; can there be sexual equality between men and women?; what's the right thing for me to do?; how can we get along with each other?; I like it, but is it art?; am I free to choose what I do?; what is fair?; how should I make money?