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Introduction to Philosophical Problems
Joseph Margolis is an extremely rare kind of author - a renowned, world-class philosopher who is prepared to write accessibly for the non-specialist reader. Here Margolis introduces the reader to all of the central questions of Western philosophy, showing not only philosophical arguments progress but also how the most fundamental questions relate to each other. This lucid ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 30th 2006 by Bloomsbury Academic
(first published 2006)
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Oh dear. There are parts of this book which are easy to read. Huge passages, however, are plagued by long words, long sentences and long paragraphs. What Prof Margolis needed was a good copy-editor to help him write simple English. People like me, looking for a decent introduction to philosophy, would then have gobbled his book up.