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Exploring Philosophy : An Introductory Anthology (2000)
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Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2000
Description:  xii, 433 pages ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0195136195 alk. paper), 0195133528 (pbk. : alk. paper),
Language:  English




What is philosophy? / Defence of Socrates / Scope of logic / Improving your thinking / Fixing belief / Testing hypotheses / Science and common sense / Appearance and reality / What can I know? / Problem of induction / Will the future be like the past? / Free will or determinism? / Free will and determinism / Mind and body / Death / Meno / Meditations on First Philosophy / Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding / Does God exist? / Why God allows evil / Theology and falsification / Do miracles occur? / Faith / Faith and reason / Euthyphro / Summa Theologiae / Meditations on First Philosophy / Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding / Challenge of cultural relativism / How not to answer moral questions / Nature of ethical disagreement /

Supreme moral principle? / Abortion / Giving birth / Active and passive euthanasia / Active and passive euthanasia : a reply / Choosing death / Nocomachean Ethics / Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals / Utilitarianism / Democracy / Political action : the problem of dirty hands / Privacy / Death penalty / Capital punishment / Two concepts of affirmative action / Are quotas sometimes justified? / What is a liberal education? / Crito / On Liberty / Meaning of life / Value of philosophy / Phaedo /



Monroe C. Beardsley and Elizabeth Lane Beardsley -- Plato -- Wesley C. Salmon -- Stephen F. Barker -- Morris R. Cohen and Ernest Nagel -- Stephen M. Cahn, Patricia Kitcher, and George Sher -- Ernest Nagel -- Bertrand Russell -- D.Z. Phillips -- Bertrand Russell -- Frederick L. Will -- Steven M. Cahn -- W.T. Stace -- Richard Taylor -- Thomas Nagel -- Plato -- René Descartes -- David Hume -- Ernest Nagel -- Richard Swinburne -- Anthony Flew and Basil Mitchell -- Monroe C. Beardsley and Elizabeth Lane Beardsley -- Richard Taylor -- Michael Scriven -- Plato -- Saint Thomas Aquinas -- René Descartes -- David Hume -- James Rachels -- Tom Regan -- Charles L. Stevenson

Steven M. Cahn -- Joel Feinberg -- Virginia Held -- James Rachels -- Thomas D. Sullivan -- Sidney Hook -- Aristotle -- Immanuel Kant -- John Stuart Mill -- John Dewey -- Michael Walzer -- Charles Fried -- Burton Leiser -- Hugo Adam Bedau -- Steven M. Cahn -- James Rachels -- Sidney Hook -- Plato -- John Stuart Mill -- Richard Taylor -- Bertrand Russell -- Plato

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Additional Credits:
Cahn, Steven M.

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