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Philosophy : A Discovery in Comics,9781561636983

Philosophy : A Discovery in Comics

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9781561636983

ISBN10:
1561636983
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Trade Book
Pub. Date:
8/1/2012
Publisher(s):
NBM Publishing
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Summary

Philosophy is a fun introduction to deep thinking and the history of philosophy in an accessible comic format. All the most pressing philosophical matters are addressed - what is thinking? And how does our thinking set us apart from other animals? Now that readers are thinking, what is reality? Is there an objective reality or are there numerous subjective realities? And do individuals move in it with a free will or is everything predestined? This is a colourful journey through the fascinating and slightly mind-boggling history of Western philosophy.

Author Biography

Margreet de Heer is a comic artist who collaborated on the online “Comiclopedia” on www.lambiek.net. Her work has been published in a wide range of Dutch newspapers and magazines. She is also the author of a comic book about religion in her native Dutch.


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