Really, Really Big Questions: About Life, the Universe, and Everything

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Kingfisher, 2009 - Philosophy - 62 pages
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100 REALLY, REALLY BIG QUESTIONS is an unusual and fun introduction to philosophy that explores life‚e(tm)s important but often unanswered questions. Readers will be able to explore the history of thought and the great thinkers and learn how to think rationally for themselves. Mind-teasers, optical illusions and thought experiments make this philosophic journey unforgettably fun!

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User Review  - psiloiordinary - LibraryThing

OK it is for kids but most adults would benefit from this too - I did. The disciplined way of thinking about issues gives you a hint that some philosophers do actually do some useful stuff. Read full review

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I would like to organize my thoughts about this book. To do it justice. Because the book is certainly well-organized. It takes major philosophical questions - both the eternal ones, like "How can I ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Dr Stephen Lawis a senior philosophy lecturer at Heythrop College in London and the editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy‚e(tm)s journal THINK, which aims to introduce philosophy and its merits to a wide audience. Stephen has written numerous academic papers as well as books for both adults and children including the hugely popular The Philosophy Files.

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