Philosophies for Living

ISBN-10: 0130883166
ISBN-13: 9780130883162
Edition: 2001
List price: $138.40
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Description: For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Introduction to Philosophy and General Humanities, in departments of Philosophy, Humanities, English, and Cultural Studies. Interdisciplinary and intercultural anthology approaches fundamental philosophical  More...

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Book details

List price: $138.40
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 2/26/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 468
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Introduction to Philosophy and General Humanities, in departments of Philosophy, Humanities, English, and Cultural Studies. Interdisciplinary and intercultural anthology approaches fundamental philosophical questions with a focus on the selfits discovery, limitations, possibilities, and contexts. Numerous readings either reinforce or challenge each other and traditional thoughts and beliefsabout human nature, the natural world, race and gender, the good life, society, culture and morality, relationships with others, and religion.

Taking Risks/Living Philosophically
The Myth of Sisyphus
The Allegory of the Cave
The Library Card
A Balanced Learning
To Be of Use
The Value of Philosophy
Discovering the Nature of Our Human Self
Biblical Conceptions of Human Nature
African Dualism
Meditations and Correspondence Meditations II and VI, Letters
Descartes' Ghost
An Embodied Self
The Doctrine of the Not-Self
The Identity of Contraries
Identity and Personality
Discovery the Self as a Social Reality
Names
The Social Self
The Relatent Notion of Personhood
The Unknown Citizen
The Human Condition
Strains of Modern Identity
Existentialism
Spiritualism and the Law of Peace
Race and Ethnic Identity
Racial and Ethnic Identity
Race and Bureaucracy
The Soul of Black Folk
What is an American
Stranger in the Village
Race and Identity
Where I Come From is Like This
National Socialism: Volk and Racial Supremacy
Class Identity
The Mahabharata
On the Origin and Value of the Four Castes
Master and Slave
Alienated Labor
The Divided Self
Tired of Playing Monopoly?
Bob and Cathie's Daughter: Why I Call Myself Working Class
Helping and Hating the Homeless
The Feminization of Poverty
Sexuality and Gender Identity
Aristophanes' Story of Divided Selves
Prejudice and Homosexuality
How Men Have (a) Sex
Intimacy
On the Production of Woman
Women are not Our brothers
Oppression
Culture and Gender in Indian America
The Self in Context: Marriage and Parenthood
Happy Endings
'Marriage' and `The Role of Women
On Marriage
Monogamy: A Critique
Motherhood: A Sociopolitical Concept
Surrogate Motherhood
The Facts of Fatherhood
The Other Woman
The Self and Religious Experience
Cosmic Law and Spiritual Life
Faith and the Meaning of Life
The Riddle of the Ordinary
The Unseen Order
The Sacrifice of Isaac
A Dialogue
Why Women Need the Goddess
Religion From an African Perspective
Chinese Paganism
Taking Risks/Acting Philosophically
Socrates' Apology
Epicurus,Let

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