The practice of philosophy: a handbook for beginners

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Prentice-Hall, 1978 - Philosophy - 111 pages
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User Review  - Chris Comis - Goodreads

Probably one of the best books I've read on how to read philosophical works. That is, how to pick apart an argument, how to detect the point of an argument without getting side-tracked, etc. As books on or about philosophy go, this one is a pretty no-nonsense book. Read full review

Contents

Arguments
13
Philosophical Essays
30
Five Ways to Criticize a Philosopher
35
Copyright

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