Introduction to Philosophical Analysis
Edition: 4th 1997
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Description: Appropriate for introductory courses in Philosophy. This text provides an in-depth, problem-oriented introduction to philosophical analysis using an extremely clear, readable approach. The Fourth Edition only updates coverage throughout the book, but also restores the introductory chapterWords and the Worldthe most distinguished, widely acclaimed feature of the first two editions.
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List price: $135.20
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/4/1996
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Words and the World: Language and Reality|
|Words and Things|
|What Can We Know? Knowledge|
|What is Knowing?|
|The Sources of Knowledge|
|What Is the World Like? Perceiving the World|
|The Attack on Foundations|
|The Way the World Works: Scientific Knowledge|
|Laws of Nature|
|The Problem of Induction|
|What Is and What Must Be: Freedom and Necessity|
|Kant and the Synthetic Apriori|
|Determinism and Freedom|
|What Am I? Mind and Body|
|The Physical and the Mental|
|The Relation Between the Physical and the Mental|
|What Else Is There? Philosophy of Religion|
|The Ongological Argument|
|The Cosmological Argument|
|The Argument from Miracles|
|The Teleological Argument (The Argument from Design)|
|Anthropomorphism and Mysticism|
|The Is and the Ought: Problems in Ethics|
|Theories of Conduct|