The philosophical journey: an interactive approach
One of the most enthusiastically received introductory books in recent years, The Philosophical Journey is a topically organized text presented in an interactive format designed to get students' philosophical intuitions flowing. The book's guiding metaphor of "explorers on a journey" makes readers active participants in ongoing discoveries. The message of this book is that philosophy is a vital activity and way of thinking that can be practiced and developed.
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WEAKNESSES OF KANTIAN CONSTRUCTIVISM
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