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Ining the context you need for an understanding of the foundational issues as well as the confidence to establish your own informed positions on these big uestions This edition is now also availa. EXCELLENT

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THE BIG UESTIONS 10th Edition covers philosophy's central ideas in an accessible approachable manner You'll explore timeless big uestions about the self God justice and other meaningful topics ga. Robert C Solomon s Big uestions A Short Introduction to Philosophy did exactly what it was supposed to do explain the subject matter of philosophy clearly and make that subject matter relevant to everyday life Any student who will use this book in a classroom will have a basic idea of what philosophy is and why the subject is meaningful and relevant The book is centered around some basic uestions1 What is the meaning of life2 Is there a God and what is the nature of God3 What is the nature of reality4 What is truth What does it mean to say something is true5 What is the self6 What is freedom7 What makes a life moral and good8 What is the nature of a just and good society9 How are issues of sex race and culture related to philosophy10 What is beautyAlthough it might seem as though the book provides little in the way of definitive answers to these uestions the real purpose is to provoke the reader or student to formulate some answer to these uestions for himself or herself Again I recommend this book and I think it would be excellent for an introduction to philosophy course

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  1. says:

    Robert C Solomon's Big uestions A Short Introduction to Philosophy did exactly what it was supposed to do explain the subject matter of philosophy clearly and make that subject matter relevant to everyday life Any student who will use this book in a classroom will have a basic idea of what philosophy is and why the subject is meaningful and relevant The book is centered around some basic uestions1 What is the meaning of life?2 Is there a

  2. says:

    This is a fantastic introduction because it recognizes the central aspect of philosophy as the careful articulation of one's own thoughts and it encourages the reader to dive in and do philosophy while he or she works through the fundamental human uestions in the bookSolomon and Higgins introduce the big ideas philosophers

  3. says:

    Highly recommended as an overview of important philosophical thought Well written and engaging

  4. says:

    A good round up of some of the most important philosophers and discussion on their views If you are starting from zero it

  5. says:

    This is a superb text for teaching Introduction to Philosophy The writing is clear and concise which is not always true even of books written for freshmen and the author comprehensively covers all of the major areas of philosophy Anyone who was a simply interested in philosophy for their own enjoyment would find this a good place to start

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    One of the best introductions to philosohy Love the clear prose style

  9. says:

    A really good introductory book to philosophy It covers a lot of different topics introduces various theories and philosophers and integrates uestions and uotationsHowever it glosses over a lot of topic and if you don't take notes and really think about the topics you would probably forget all the concepts Another book that is relatively har

  10. says:

            We push those uestions arising from our contact to the immediate surrounding reality to an infinite extent and seek some reas

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