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Offering a balance of theory and applications through a mix of text and readings, Consider Philosophy begins with chapters covering philosophical theory, each of which is followed by related, classical readings.
Featuring selections from the world’s most influential philosophers, this combination of primary texts and explanatory pedagogy presents the material in a clear, accessible way that does not sacrifice rigor. Making connections among different philosophical theories throughout, the text helps students to engage the subject matter and apply theories to important contemporary philosophical issues.
Table of contents
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Thinking Critically and Cordially About Philosophy
What is Philosophy?
Thinking Critically and Playing Fair
Deductive and Inductive Arguments
Thinking Critically and Cooperatively
Irrelevant Reason Fallacy
Ad Hominem Arguments
Appeal to Authority
Bertrand Russell, The Value of Philosophy
Chapter Two: Philosophical Questions About Religion
Conceptions of God
Arguments for the Existence of God
The Cosmological Argument
The Ontological Argument
The Argument from Design
The Intuitive Argument
The Problem of Evil
Do Science and Religion Occupy Different Spheres?
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