Twenty uestions An Introduction to Philosophy review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB



6 thoughts on “Twenty uestions An Introduction to Philosophy

  1. says:

    There are some heavy hitting philosophers in this book so it's not an easy read but a very enjoyable one A great intro to common philosophical topics including thoughts and arguments from philosophers from different eras I'm writing this review in 2020 and the section How Is My Mind Connected to My Body? still sticks with me


  2. says:

    This was the textbook for my 'Intro to Philosophy' class in undergrad and one of the few textbooks that I kept I find myself reading and rereading it often as it is one of the only non preachy Philosophy books I've ever read


  3. says:

    Philosophy 101 textbook from university What can I say? A book which helps you to think I have dipped into the original texts many times since graduating 20 years ago Excellent for anybody who is interested in starting to explore philosophy and the history of ideas


  4. says:

    I liked this book enough when we read it in college that it now holds a permanent place on my bookshelf Great writings by big names in philosophy I probably need to re read some of it again one of these days


  5. says:

    Very liberal in readings but it was a reuirement for my class so I had no choice


  6. says:

    It's a good start to the big uestions with excerpts of writings from the big names in philosophy


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