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Download Reading Philosophy: Games of Stance, Status, and Exclusion - Samuel Guttenplan, Christopher Janaway
Reading Philosophy: Games of Stance, Status, and Exclusion

Reading Philosophy should appeal to both those beginning their study of philosophy at a university and to those who want to engage with the subject on their own. Unlike introductory books which tell the reader about the subject, this one requires the reader to do philosophy. Its direct approach makes the book valuable both for students and other readers. The book can be used as the set reading in seminars in introductory courses: each chapter can act as a focal point for extended discussion week by week. But it is also well adapted for self-sufficient use by individuals working without a teacher.

Author: Samuel Guttenplan, Christopher Janaway
Pages: 312 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 30.56 Mb
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