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This is a fresh and original introduction to philosophy, written in a clear and entertaining style. The book contains: * 101 philosophical problems * discussion of each problem in the second half of the book * a glossary of unfamiliar terms * classical as well as contemporary problems from the fields of medical ethics, modern physics and artificial intelligence Problems include: * The Cow in the Field * The Society for Useless Information * The Dog and the Professor * Unmarried Bachelors * Descartes' Big Problem. 101 Philosophy Problems combines scholarship with humour and is suitable for all those who come to philosophy for the first time
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