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The Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach

The Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach

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By William Lawhead
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ISBN13: 9781260836967
Copyright: 2023
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Preface

CHAPTER 1 Introduction to the Philosophical Journey
CHAPTER 2 The Search for Ultimate Reality
CHAPTER 3 The Search for Knowledge
CHAPTER 4 The Search for God
CHAPTER 5 The Search for Ethical Values
CHAPTER 6 The Search for the Just Society
CHAPTER 7 Philosophy and the Meaning of Life

APPENDIX
Reasoning Effectively: What to Do and What Not to Do
Index


About the Author

William Lawhead

William F. Lawhead is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy atthe University of Mississippi. He holdsa B.A. in philosophy from Wheaton College (Ill.) and a Ph.D. in philosophy fromthe University of Texas, Austin. He hasbeen teaching philosophy since 1970 and joined the University of Mississippifaculty in 1980, where he taught for 37 years. Besides teaching philosophy at the University of Mississippi, he servedas the chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion for a number of yearsand was a member of the faculty of the Honors College. He received three awards for excellence inteaching and numerous grants for research in the humanities. He has published several textbooks as well asarticles and book chapters on topics in the history of philosophy andphilosophy of religion.  In addition to conference presentations inphilosophy, he has conducted workshops on critical thinking and hypothesis testingfor representatives from various international intelligence agencies.