|Author:||Raymond Martin,Daniel Kolak|
|Publisher:||Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc (November 11, 1988)|
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Daniel Kolak, Raymond Martin. By speaking directly to the students in a personal tone, this text invites students to get excited about philosophy and to explore how philosophy affects them. Fourteen lively chapters take students deep into the world of philosophical thinking and challenge them to ponder life's big questions.
Wisdom Without Answers" bills itself in its subtitle as "A Brief Introduction to Philosophy. One hopes that what the authors say will awaken the curiosity of the reader and get him to go to the "Philosophical Connections" section in the back to explore these issues in much greater detail. In a bit more than 100 pages (not including the "Philosophical Connections" material at the end, which serves as an annotated bibliography) it attempts to cover all the standard topics in philosophy, such as the nature of time, causation, free will, knowledge, God, reality, experience, consciousness, the cosmos, death, meaning, ethics, and values.
Wisdom Without Answers: A Guide to the Experience of Philosophy (Paperback). Author(s): Daniel Kolak, Raymond Martin. Published January 1st 1989 by Wadsworth Publishing Company. Paperback, 104 pages. ISBN: 0534102360 (ISBN13: 9780534102364).
Wisdom Without Answers (w/ Raymond Martin) 5th E. Belmont . The Experiment," The Experience of Philosophy, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 232-242. Belmont: Wadsworth, 2001, 162 pp; 4th E. 1998; 3rd E. 1995; 2nd E. 1991; 1st E. 1989 (Croatian translation, 2006; Korean translation, 2003, Sakyejul Publishers; Portuguese translation, 2004). Articles and chapters. Meaning" (with Raymond Martin), in Voices of Wisdom, Gary Kessler, e. Wadsworth, 2006. Morality and the Problem of Other Persons: From Sidgwick to Rawls and Parfit," Experience of Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 2005.
Experience of Philosophy features eighty-five readings that challenge students' thinking about God, freedom, reality, nothingness, death, and their own identities.
The experience of philosophy. Art and intentionality. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 48 (2), 158-162, 1990. The Mayfield anthology of Western philosophy. Print ISBN: 9780534534653.
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