Archetypes of Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy
ARCHETYPES OF WISDOM: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY, 8E brings philosophy to life through lively narratives, engaging illustrations, and a student-friendly writing style. Using its signature conversational prose, the textbook guides students through the lives and works of history's greatest philosophers, then brings it all together with helpful study materials in every chapter. Drawing from both canonical primary sources and the latest philosophical critiques, ARCHETYPES OF WISDOM: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY, 8E makes philosophy approachable and exciting for students.
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Philosophy and the Search for Wisdom
The Asian Sages Laotzu Confucius and Buddha
The Sophist Protagoras
The Wise Man Socrates
The PhilosopherKing Plato
The Naturalist Aristotle
The Stoics Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius
The Scholar Thomas Aquinas
The Materialist Karl Marx
The Existentialist Soren Kierkegaard
The Pragmatist William James
The AntiPhilosopher Friedrich Nietzsche
The Twentieth Century Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger
Philosophy as a Way of Life
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