The Big Questions A Short Introduction to Philosophyby Solomon, Robert C.; Higgins, Kathleen M.
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It's time for an introduction to philosophy textbook that you can relate to and enjoy reading! THE BIG QUESTIONS: A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY tackles the tough issues and helps you form your own opinions while presenting the best philosophical selections available.
Table of Contents
|The Meaning of Life|
|The Nature of Reality|
|The Search for Truth|
|Morality and the Good Life|
|Justice and the Good Society|
|Philosophy, Sex, Race, and Culture|
|Deductive Logic Valid Argument Forms|
|Common Informal Fallacies|
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