Voices of Wisdom: A Multicultural Philosophy Reader

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Wadsworth Pub., 1998 - Multiculturalism - 530 pages
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A reader for use in the Introductory Philosophy course at all colleges and universities.

Including Hindu, Buddhist, Chinese, African, Native American, Islamic, Jewish, and feminist philosophies, this text promotes a multicultural approach to philosophy through the reading of primary sources. In 11 chapters organized by the important questions of life that philosophers seek to answer, the text presents students with a broad array of classic and contemporary readings that will foster their understanding of the world and challenge them to critically evaluate issues.

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