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Writing to Learn: An Introduction to Writing Philosophical Essays

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Based on the premise that one of the best ways for a student to understand a topic is to write about it, this is a book that teaches students how to write philosophical essays. Geared toward first-time philosophy students, the book is a supplement for any Philosophy course in which the instructor requires the students to write essays. Most of the work involved in a Philoso ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published October 21st 1999 by McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
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Short and to the point.
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The best introduction to writing philosophical essays that I've read. If you are planning on taking an introductory philosophy course in the coming semester, this is the book you should read before the course starts.
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