How to Get the Most Out of Philosophy
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF PHILOSOPHY, Eighth Edition is a companion textbook that equips students with the skills necessary to succeed in an introductory Philosophy course. Beginning with how to study philosophical texts, continuing through test-taking and writing strategies, and ending with tips for ongoing college achievement, this handy guide prepares students for long-term accomplishment. Plus, the new edition is fully optimized to help students take advantage of the Internet's research capabilities, and includes expanded content on new media such as blogs, Wikipedia, and crowdsourcing. Using a conversational writing style and delivering powerful study methods, HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF PHILOSOPHY, Eighth Edition prepares students to succeed in any classroom.
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Preface to Instructors and Curious Students
What to Expect
Student Wisdom Getting the Most out of Yourself
Changing What You Can
SelfRespect and Academic Ethics
How to Thrive in a Philosophy Class
Developing a Critical Attitude
Wisdom and the Internet
The College of You
Simplified Style Guide for Excellent Papers
Letters of Recommendation
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