Philosophy

Oxford University Press (2008)

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A perfect starting point for the exploration of philosophical thought, Philosophy offers life-changing perspectives on some of the great questions, from the nature of the mind to the morality of cloning and stem-cell research. No browser will be able to resist the stunning design here: gorgeous full-color photos, many textboxes, and concise captions that inform and interest. These and the lucid writing, with multiple examples and illuminating analogies, will engage readers and provoke them into thought before they know it.... This most attractive volume makes its discipline irresistible.

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