Archetypes of Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy
Cengage Learning, 6 Şub 2009 - 640 sayfa
Featuring lucid and conversational prose and a well-chosen, reader-friendly array of succinct excerpts from canonical primary sources, ARCHETYPES OF WISDOM: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY, 7E brings philosophy to life for readers. Extremely student focused, this text examines philosophies and philosophers while using numerous pedagogical illustrations, special features, and an inviting, approachable page design that make this oftentimes daunting subject more engaging. The Seventh Edition represents a careful revision, focused on enhancing the book's reader-praised search for wisdom motif. In particular, this edition features new coverage of Lao-Tzu; expanded, chapter-length treatment of Kierkegaard; and an engaging introduction to the complex landscape of philosophy in the twentieth century through material on two archetypal thinkers: Wittgenstein and Heidegger. An unmatched array of teaching and learning resources including an online resource center with dynamic, easy-to-use lecture and class preparation tools make ARCHETYPES OF WISDOM: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY, 7E accessible to instructors and learners of all levels.
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Philosophy and the Search for Wisdom
The Asian Sages Laotzu Confucius and Buddha
The Sophist Protagoras
The Wise Man Socrates
The PhilosopherKing Plato
The Naturalist Aristotle
The Stoic Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius
The Scholar Thomas Aquinas
The Materialist Karl Marx
The Existentialist Søren Kierkegaard
The Pragmatist William James
The AntiPhilosopher Friedrich Nietzsche
The Twentieth Century Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger
Philosophy as a Way of Life
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According archetype argued argument Aristotle Aristotle’s become belief Bentham Buddha called cause Chapter Christian claim concept Confucius culture David Hume Descartes Descartes’s Epictetus Epicurus ethical eudaimonia everything evil existence experience fact faith feel Friedrich Nietzsche God’s Greek happiness hedonism Heidegger Heidegger’s human Hume Hume’s Ibid ideas Immanuel Kant important individual James John Stuart Mill Kant Kant’s kind knowledge Lao-tzu living logical Ludwig Wittgenstein Martin Heidegger Marx Marx’s matter meaning metaphysics methodic doubt Mill mind modern moral nature never Nietzsche’s objective one’s ourselves person philosophical Plato pleasure possible practical pragmatic principle problem Protagoras Query questions rational reality reason reflect relationship René Descartes sage sense social society Socrates Sophists Søren Kierkegaard soul Stoic Stoicism suffering teachings theory things Thomas thought tion today’s trans true truth ultimate understanding universe utilitarianism values virtue wisdom Wittgenstein words