Philosophy: Questions for Consideration and Discussion If you wanted to avoid philosophy completely, what would you have to do? Do you really have a right to your own opinion? Always, or only sometimes? Are there limits to what the State can properly demand of its citizens? Some people believe in miracles. Why? What would happen if you decided not to believe anything without having a good reason for it?
`[The Very Short Introduction to Philosophy] shows that philosophy really can be fascinating, broad-minded and full of surprise. As a means of stimulating interest in the subject it has few rivals.' Julian Baggini, The Philosopher's Magazine