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Philosophy: Being Human Course Book

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Publication date: 18/12/2014 416 pages The most comprehensive coverage of the core content Being Human, this course book will help learners grasp complex philosophical ideas and develop the crucial thinking skills. Developed directly with the IB, dedicated assessment support straight from the IB builds confidence. Features The most comprehensive coverage of the core content Being Human, developed directly with the...
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An Introduction to Political Philosophy

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Author: Jonathan Wolff Why should some have the right to political power? What would happen without government?How much power should the state have?This is the ideal introduction to political philosophy, combining clarity and a conversational style with a thought provoking account of the central questions in political philosophy. Wolff explores the subject through a series of enduring and timeless questions,...
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IB Philosophy: Being Human: Online Course Book

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The only DP resources developed with the IB Nancy Le Nezet, Chris White, Daniel Lee, and Guy Williams Suitable for: IB Diploma Philosophy students - SL and HL The most comprehensive coverage of the core content Being Human, this online course book helps learners grasp complex philosophical ideas and develop crucial thinking skills. Developed directly with the IB, dedicated assessment...
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The Meditations: Rene Descartes

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by Dan Cardinal, Jeremy W.Hayward, Gerald Jones This book provides an accessible, readable, student-centred guide to Descartes' Meditations, which is a set text for AQA AS Philosophy. Through lucid explanation, careful use of modern examples and engaging activities it leads students towards deeper understanding of Descartes' arguments and the wider philosophical implications of his ideas. Key features include:- a biographical...
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An Introduction to Political Philosophy

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by Jonathan Wolff Edition:3 Revised edition Published:24 Dec 2015 Why should some have the right to political power? What would happen without government? How much power should the state have? This is the ideal introduction to political philosophy, combining clarity and a conversational style with a thought provoking account of the central questions in political philosophy. Wolff explores the subject...
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ELEMENTS OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY

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by James Rachels Edition:8 ed Published: 16 Feb 2015 The Elements of Moral Philosophy by James Rachels and Stuart Rachels is a best-selling text for undergraduate courses in ethics. Thirteen thought-provoking chapters introduce readers to major moral concepts and theories in philosophy through clear, understandable explanations and compelling discussions.
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Key Philosophical Writings

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Rene Descartes Translated by Elizabeth S. Haldane and G.R.T. Ross. Edited with an Introduction by Enrique Chavez-Arvizo. Rene Descartes (1569-1650), the 'father' of modern philosophy, is without doubt one of the greatest thinkers in history: his genius lies at the core of our contemporary intellectual identity. Breaking with the conventions of his own time and suffering persecution by the Church...
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Plato – The Republic

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Introduction by: Melissa Lane Translated by: Desmond Lee
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IB Philosophy Being Human Print and Online Pack

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The only DP resources developed directly with the IB Author Nancy Le Nezet, Author Chris White, Author Daniel Lee, and Author Guy Williams Suitable for: IB Philosophy students - SL and HL Publication date: 09/04/2015 Pack: 416 pages The most comprehensive coverage of the core content Being Human, this course book will help learners grasp complex philosophical ideas and develop...
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