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Doing philosophy : from common curiosity to logical reasoning

By: Williamson, Timothy.
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2018Description: x, 154p.ISBN: 9780198822516.Subject(s): Philosophy | MethodologyDDC classification: 101 | W676d Summary: Assuming no previous knowledge of philosophy, this is a highly accessible account of how modern philosophers think and work Presents a distinctive view of philosophy, arguing that it is far more scientific than many philosophers think Includes a wealth of examples from history charting philosophical thinking's successes and failures Offers a timely and much needed intervention in the current hot debate on philosophical methodology Written by one of the world's leading philosophers
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Assuming no previous knowledge of philosophy, this is a highly accessible account of how modern philosophers think and work
Presents a distinctive view of philosophy, arguing that it is far more scientific than many philosophers think
Includes a wealth of examples from history charting philosophical thinking's successes and failures
Offers a timely and much needed intervention in the current hot debate on philosophical methodology
Written by one of the world's leading philosophers

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