The Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Philosophy - 645 pages
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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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William Lawhead received a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Texas. Presently, he is Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Mississippi where he focuses on History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, and Philosophy of Language.

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