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Philosophy for Busy People: Everything You Really Should Know

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Philosophy for Busy People: Everything You Really Should Know

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Do you know your Aristotelianism or Asceticism from your Egalitarianism? No? Well this book will give you all the information you need to tell one from the other and impress your friends with the seeming depth of your knowledge. From happiness to politics and power, science, religion and love – this compact and accessible primer captures the diverse moral and ethical arguments – and major theories – of Western Philosophy. In his warm and concise narrative, the author brings the great ancient and modern 'thinkers' and their unique perspectives vividly to the page. This is a thought-provoking whistle-stop tour of established philosophical thinking and its continued relevance in our lives today. Jam packed with all the important ideas but at the same time highly accessible and informative, Philosophy for Busy People is perfect for those who enjoy thinking about the big questions in life. Perfect for: • Readers looking for an easy to read, accessible but thorough introduction to philosophy • Students • Fans of the ‘Busy People’ series

Alain Stephen is a freelance writer and teacher and is the author of several books on philosophy, history and popular culture, including This Book Will Make You Think: Philosophical Quotes and What They Mean. He is a Master of Philosophy and is the founder and editor of the Samizdat Literary Journal. He lives in Brighton with his wife and daughter.

ISBN: 9781789294415

ISBN-10: 9781789294415

Publisher: Michael O'Mara

Publication Date: 10/01/2022 - 12:00am

On Sale: 10/01/2022 - 12:00am

Pages: 192

Language: English


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