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Introduction to Philosophy : Classical and Contemporary Readings
A Introducton Introduction to Philosophy. Insightful introductions to each part, study questions after each reading selection, and an extensive glossary of philosophical terms help make the readings more accessible to students. Classical and Contemporary Readings incorporates boldfaced key terms listed after each reading and defined in the glossarya “Logical Toolkit,” and a guide to writing philosophy papers.
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