Presented in an engaging lecture-style format, this anthology leads readers through a series of discussions on the basic issues and ideas in philosophy, with lectures supported by related readings from historically important sources. The discussions emphasize the logic of philosophical argumentsaand in particular, how they relate to the content of scientific theories such as evolution. This five-part book, made up of alecturesa and readings, covers an introduction to philosophy; the philosophy of religion; theory of knowledge; philosophy of mind; and ethics. For anyone looking for adequate answers to enduring questions.textformat=02agt; This popular collection consists of a variety of primary sources, all grouped around central themes in American history since 1865.
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