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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and really gained a lot from it.
Since the Enlightenment the difference between religion and philosophy has been that religion teaches us to believe and philosophy teaches us to think for ourselves.
I read it in a weekend on a bus, but there was enough "meat" in it to make it worth reading again.
Very interesting idea for a book. Weird that it kind of does itself a disservice by having the most interesting essays authored by comic industry people and the least interesting... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JM Haces
This book not only came in as brand new but was wrapped in plastic and came earlier that expected, which definitely helped as giving it as a gift to my significant other.Published 21 months ago by Jenny
My daughter is taking debate and her teacher is using this book to introduce the basic ideas of utilitarian and deontology. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Austin Haynes
I really like this book makes philishophy fun and easier to understand, you aprreciate it more thourghly and makes it a lot more fun and coolPublished 23 months ago by Scott Summers
The title above is a summary statement on the issue of identity and comes from the concluding essay "The Secret of Secret Identities" by co-editor Tom Morris. Read morePublished on April 21, 2012 by THowerton
Two books on superheroes and philosophy very much go together; and because they intertwine quite a bit, I'm reviewing them together for my posted reviews of EACH book: SUPERHEROES... Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by Leonard Zane
A solid anthology of essays Featuring some 21 different authors but not outstanding.
For me some of the better essays came near the end with a solid but too short... Read more
This one just didn't do it for me. I have enjoyed 2-3 of the authors and some of Morris' work in the past, but this one fell flat. Read morePublished on April 27, 2008 by EJ Hamm
This book inspired me to ponder several concepts, but the views expressed as the chapter conclusions were often scantily supported. Read morePublished on March 23, 2008 by Amazon Customer