The A to Z of Philosophy is a concise and accessible introduction to a fascinating subject. Ideal for the general reader or first-year student, this A to Z guide covers all the key terms, concepts and thinkers. The book offers more than 100 jargon-free entries on topics from Animal Ethics to Wittgenstein and includes witty anecdotes and handy tips on further reading. No prior knowledge of philosophy is required to enjoy this reader-friendly guide - this is the ideal reference tool for anyone starting out in philosophy.
Alexander Moseley runs a private educational service. He has taught philosophy at the universities of Stirling and Edinburgh, UK, and Evansville, USA.
More than 100 A to Z entries, including:; Aesthetics/ Art; Buddhist philosophy; Crime/ punishment; Descartes; Epistemology; Ethics; Happiness; Kant; Language; Logic; Love; Mind; Nietzsche; Ontology; Phenomenology; Plato; Political Philosophy; Reason; Religion; Science; Time; Wittgenstein.