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The Big Questions: A Short Introduction to Philosophy

The Big Questions: A Short Introduction to Philosophy 10th Edition

By: Robert C. Solomon Kathleen M. Higgins
ISBN-10: 1337634263
/ ISBN-13: 9781337517447
Edition: 10th Edition
Language: English
				
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Chapter 1: Philosophical Questions

    • What Is Philosophy?
    • Opening Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 2: The Meaning of Life

    • Opening Questions
    • What Kind of Meaning?
    • The Meanings of Life
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 3: God

    • Opening Questions
    • Believing in God
    • Gods and Goddesses
    • The Traditional Western Conceptions of God
    • The Problem of Evil
    • Faith and Reason: Grounds for Believing
    • Religious Tolerance: Ritual, Tradition, and Spirituality
    • Doubts
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 4: The Nature of Reality

    • Opening Questions
    • The Real World
    • What Is Most Real?
    • The First Metaphysicians
    • Early Nonphysical Views of Reality
    • Plato’s Forms
    • Aristotle’s Metaphysics
    • Mind and Metaphysics
    • Idealism
    • Teleology
    • Metaphysics and the Everyday World
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 5: The Search for Truth

    • Opening Questions
    • What Is True?
    • Two Kinds of Truth
    • Rationalism and Empiricism
    • The Presuppositions of Knowledge
    • Skepticism
    • Knowledge, Truth, and Science
    • The Nature of Truth
    • Rationality
    • Subjective Truth and the Problem of Relativism
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 6: Self

    • Opening Questions
    • The Essential Self
    • The Self and Its Emotions
    • The Egocentric Predicament
    • The Mind-Body Problem
    • Other Theories of the Self
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 7: Freedom

    • Opening Questions
    • Freedom and the Good Life
    • Free Will and Determinism
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 8: Morality and the Good Life

    • Opening Questions
    • Moral Philosophy
    • Pleasure and the Good Life
    • The Place of Self-Interest in Morality: Egoism versus Altruism
    • Morality – Relative or Absolute?
    • Morality and Theories of Morality
    • Duty-Defined Morality
    • Consequentialist Theories
    • Aristotle and the Ethics of Virtue
    • Feminist Ethics: The Ethics of Care
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 9: Justice and the Good Society

    • Opening Questions
    • Morals and Society
    • The Nature of Society
    • Who Should Rule? The Question of Legitimacy
    • Anarchism, the Free Market, and the Need for Government
    • What Is Justice?
    • The Meaning of Equality
    • The Origins of Justice and the Social Contract
    • Justice Beyond Our Borders
    • Rights and the Individual
    • Justice Denied: The Problem of Race
    • Sexual Politics: The Rise of Feminist Philosophy
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 10: Beauty

    • Opening Questions
    • Aesthetics
    • Beauty and Truth
    • Enjoying Tragedy
    • Arguing about Taste
    • Art, Ethics, and Religion
    • Why Is It Art?
    • The Aesthetics of Popular Culture
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Chapter 11: Non-Western Philosophy

    • Opening Questions
    • Beyond the Western Tradition
    • The Challenges of Broadening Our Horizons
    • Other Cultures, Other Philosophies
    • Closing Questions
    • Key Words
    • Works Cited
    • Other Suggested Readings

Appendix A: Writing Philosophy

Appendix B: Deductive Logic Valid Argument Forms

Appendix C: Common Informal Fallacies

Glossary

Index

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