Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy engages students in philosophical topics that can support their academic work and enable them to participate in society's ongoing conversation about the basic principles that underlie western civilization. It makes use of illustrations and humor to maintain interest. Boxes within the text set off explanations and applications of the philosophies, as well as quotes from the philosophers.
Written to be accessible and relatable for students, the book is also structured to allow professors to select the topics most applicable to their particular courses. Introduction to Philosophy is designed for introductory classes in the discipline. It can also be used for courses in sociology, religion, and literature.