The Philosopher's Way: Thinking Critically About Profound Ideas, 5th edition
Published by Pearson (June 5th 2015) - Copyright © 2016
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Table of contents
2. What Is the Philosopher’s Way? Socrates and the Examined Life
3. Who Are You? Consciousness, Identity, and the Self
4. Are You Free? Freedom and Determinism
5. How Can We Know the Nature of Reality? Philosophical Foundations
6. What Is Real? What is True? Further Explorations
7. Is There a Spiritual Reality? Exploring the Philosophy of Religion
8. Are There Moral Truths? Thinking About Ethics
9. What Are Right Actions? Constructing an Ethical Theory
10. What is Social Justice? Creating a Just State
Supplemental Chapter: Aesthetics
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