Philosophy: All That Matters

Julian Baggini's brilliant new book is ideal for students or general readers who want to know all that matters about Philosophy. Les mer
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Julian Baggini's brilliant new book is ideal for students or general readers who want to know all that matters about Philosophy.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

: 1. Is there such a thing as the truth and how can we know it? (Epistemology)
: 2. Can perception and language represent the world? (Epistemology and philosophy of language)
: 3. What is the fundamental nature of the universe? (Metaphysics)
: 4. Does science capture the nature of the cosmos (Philosophy of Science)
: 5. Is there a God or any divine purpose? (Philosophy of religion)
: 6. What kind of creatures are we? (Philosophical anthropology)
: 7. Why do we value the things that we do? (Aesthetics)
: 8. How should society be ordered? (Political philosophy)
: 9. How ought I to live? (Ethics)
: 10. The Meaning of Life

Om forfatteren

Julian Baggini is a philosopher, author and journalist, who was recently named on the Observer's list of Britain's top public intellectuals. His doctorate was from University College London on the philosophy of personal identity, and his books have been published globally and translated into twelve languages.

Baggini is widely regarded as one of our most lucid and accessible popularises of philosophy. His work appears regularly in the Guardian, Prospect and the New Humanist, and he founder The Philosophers Magazine

Julian has also appeared as a character in an Alexander McCall Smith novel, and been the subject of a question in University Challenge.