The Philosopher's Way: Thinking Critically About Profound Ideas (4th Edition) (MyThinkingLab Series)Author:
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Pub Date: 2012
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I wouldn't change anything about this book. I feel like this book did a good job of teaching people about ethics.read more
The primary subject of this book was philosophy. This book did a great job of teaching ethical theories.
Critical thinking and a new way of analyzing information.read more
First philosophy course taken. Plan on taking a logic and critical thinking course next.
I learned practically nothing from this book. My mind was not set up for evaluating philosophy, and this is exactly what I learned.read more
This book's features were not very useful. I did enjoy, however, the fact that this book was easy to sell back once I realized I needed to drop the course.
I learned a lot about how the human minds works. There are so many terms and they are all interesting. I learned how the mind works from worldly standpoint.read more
I learned how to put several different things together that I normally thought had nothing in common. I am amazed at how the world views things in many different perspectives.
the small stories on the side of the book pages proved to be mostly useless in my classes curriculumread more
I loved learning all of the philosophers view points
My intro to philosophy class was a good class. We learned about Aristotle and Plato and determinism and indeterminism.read more
Easier reading and less quotes from each philosopher's writings. The reading was somewhat difficult and the quotes made the reading longer and harder
i absolutely loved this book. it was very helpful and i liked the chapters on socrates.read more
ive never read other books on the same subject but i absolutely enjoyed this book
Pub Date: 2012