"Oh, no, not another philosophy book!" After twenty-six centuries of reflecting and writing, what can be said about philosophy that hasn't already been said? This book is different because it is written for students who are not interested in philosophy or who are struggling to understand it. Professor Malikow makes it easy to understand the sophisticated ideas and profound truths of philosophy by his use of everyday language, analogies, examples, and stories mixed with a bit of humor.
Max Malikow is Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Renee Crown Honors Program of Syracuse University and Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Le Moyne College. He is the author of five other books and is a psychotherapist in private practice.
Chapter 1 Epistemology Chapter 2 Logic Chapter 3 Ethics Chapter 4 Value Theory Chapter 5 Aesthetics Chapter 6 Metaphysics