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Ultimate Questions: Thinking About Philosophy (Penguin Academics Series)

by Nils Ch. Rauhut

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Nils, Rauhut C., Introduction to Philosophy: An Active Learning Approach/ Helps readers understand the issues and problems in philosophy by becoming true active learners and shows that philosophy is not about remote questions, but rather issues that lie deep within ourselves. Includes over 100 Food for Thought exercises that help readers understand concepts and offer opportunities for genuine conversations about philosophy and contains an extensive discussion and explanation of philosophical terminology. For anyone interested in understanding philosophical issues and how they relate to our lives.

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