Central Issues of Philosophy

Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell (2009)
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Comprising 20 free-standing chapters written by specialists in their respective fields, _Central Issues of Philosophy_ provides novice readers with the ideal accessible introduction to all of philosophy's core issues. An accessible introduction to the central issues of philosophy Organized around key philosophical issues - ranging from truth, knowledge and reality to free will, ethics and the existence of God Provides beginning students with the information and skills to delve deeper into philosophical fields of study Each chapter is written by an experienced teacher



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