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INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHYEdited by Erin Anchustegui
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Introduction to Philosophy

Edited by Erin Anchustegui

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-93426-993-0, 280 pages

©2012

Description
Introduction to Philosophy approaches an introductory philosophy course focusing on traditional questions such as: Can we prove God’s existence? What is morality? Can we know the external world? What is reality? Historically significant responses to these questions are presented in the writings of celebrated philosophers ranging from antiquity and the enlightenment to the present day. Introduction to Philosophy provides readers with a solid foundation concerning the nature and method of philosophical reasoning.

Biography
Erin Anchustegui received her BA and MA in philosophy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Studying under the noted philosophy of language theorist, Michael McKinsey, she received her doctorate at Wayne State University in 1997. Currently, she is conducting research in environmental ethics relating to the works of Aldo Leopold. She an avid cyclist and hiker, and lives in Boise with her two sons.