The Bedside Book of Philosophy: From Plato to Paradoxes : Thinking Through the Ages

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Murdoch Books Pty Limited, 2013 - History - 176 pages
The Bedside Book of Philosophy is a fun and interactive introduction to philosophy and the ways in which it can be used to illuminate the world around us.

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About the author (2013)

Dr Michael Picard is trained in mathematical logic and analytical philosophy, but is equally at home in Eastern thought. His interests in philosophy and psychology include social and cognitive approaches to perception and language, with emphasis on history of psychology and cross-cultural issues. He also moderates Cafe Philosophy, weekly community-based participatory philosophy dialogues that have run in Victoria, Canada, for over a decade...Michael is the author of This Is Not a Book: Adventures in Popular Philosophy, and coauthor of This Book Does Not Exist: Adventures in the Paradoxical.

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