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Teach Yourself 101 Key Ideas: Philosophy

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"Teach Yourself 101 Key Ideas: Philosophy" is an accessible guide to the key people and ideas that have shaped cultures through the centuries. Author Paul Oliver identifies the most influential philosophers and examines how they have shaped ancient and modern thought.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 31st 2001 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published 2000)
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Garion Bracken
Great little book. Every page gives you a short run down on a different idea or person in Philosohpy. There are 101 pages. So you get a little intro to lots of different ideas. Some you'll know and will learn a little more about. Others will be completely new. But even when it's a philosophy of something like ethics, which you understand there's always another way of seeing things and at times you get an eye opener in this way in the pages of this quite short book. It's a nice reader for keeping ...more
Chrislyn Koch
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