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Philosophy: The Power of Ideas, 5/e
What was philosophy and what was a philosopher, for the ancient Greeks?
What makes a question a philosophical question today?
List three common characteristics of a philosophical question.
Describe some of the issues involved in the nature of change. What makes this a philosophical issue?
Give an example of how belief conflict generates philosophical thought.
Describe the traditional branches of philosophy.
List three benefits of philosophy.
What are the two common myths about philosophy and why are they myths?
Define an argument and state the two basic ways an argument can go wrong.
Distinguish an "argumentum ad hominem" from a "begging the question" fallacy, and give a clear example of each.
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