This inaugural Interventions volume introduces readers to the dominant scientifically oriented worldview called naturalism. Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro examine naturalism philosophically, evaluating its strengths and weaknesses. Whereas most other books on naturalism are written for professional philosophers alone, this one is aimed primarily at a college-educated audience interested in learning about this pervasive worldview.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Mike68 - LibraryThing
Well reasoned and irenic. Although I'm not a philosopher, and only took a single philosophy class in college, I was able to understand the arguements, although I did read much slower than I usually do ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ericaustinlee - LibraryThing
Very insightful introduction to the naturalism debate. Also commendable is the scope of the project which isn't too pretentious; it is rather more modest and doesn't pretend to be full of "take-down ... Read full review