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How Philosophy Works: The concepts visually explained (How Things Work)

ISBN: 1465482229
Date: August 6th, 2019
Number of pages: 258 pages
Language: English
Format: True PDF
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Demystifying the key philosophical ideas of the world's greatest philosophers, and exploring all of the most important branches of philosophy in a uniquely visual way, this book is the perfect introduction to the subject.

A clear and accessible visual guide to philosophy, How Philosophy Works combines bold infographics and jargon-free text to demystify the fundamental concepts. Covering everything from ethics to epistemology and phenomenology, the book presents the ideas and theories of key philosophical traditions and philosophers—from Plato and Socrates to Nietzsche and Wittgenstein via Kant—in a novel, easy-to-understand way.

Its infographics will help you to understand the elements of philosophy on a conceptual level and, by tackling life's big questions, it will help you look at the world in an entirely new way.

With its unique graphic approach and clear, authoritative text, How Philosophy Works is the perfect introduction to philosophy, and the ideal companion to DK's The Philosophy Book in the Big Ideas series.

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