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INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (series)
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Please see the links to chapter outlines in each of the book titles, below
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BookChapterAuthor Name
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AestheticsWhat is Aesthetics?Alexander Westenberg
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Ancient AestheticsMatthew Sharpe
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What Makes an Artwork Beautiful?Xiao Ouyang
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What Makes Something an Artwork?
Richard Hudson-Miles & Andrew Broady
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What is the Connection Between Artworks and Emotion?Pierre Fasula
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What is the Connection Between Art and Morality?Matteo Ravasio
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What Makes Nature Beautiful?Elizabeth Scarbrough
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Engaging with Indigenous Art AestheticallyElizabeth Coleman
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Aesthetics & PoliticsRuth Sonderegger and Ines Kleesattel
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Recent AestheticsValerijs Vinogradovs
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EthicsAren’t right and wrong just matters of opinion? On moral relativism and subjectivism.Paul Rezkalla
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Can we have ethics without religion? On Divine Command Theory and Natural Law TheoryJeffrey Morgan
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How can I be a better person? On Virtue EthicsDouglas Giles
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What’s in it for me? On Egoism and Social Contract TheorySherry Ya-Yun Kao
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Can the ends justify the means? On UtilitarianismFrank Aragbonfoh Abumere
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But isn’t anything just plain wrong? On Kantian DeontologyJoseph Kranak
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What does philosophical ethics look like now?Kathryn MacKay
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Evolutionary EthicsMichael Klenk
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Social & Political Philosophy
Chapter 1: What is Social and Political Philosophy?
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Chapter 2: The Ideal SocietyPierre Fasula
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Chapter 3: Autocracy, Timocracy, and Aristocracy
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Chapter 4: The State of Nature and the Modern StateJordan Liz
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Chapter 5: Constitutional and Representative Government
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Chapter 6: Capitalism and Marxism
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Chapter 7: 20th Century TheoriesNathan Eckstrand
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Chapter 8: Human Rights, Liberty, and Social JusticeLamont Rodgers
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Chapter 9: Radical Social TheoriesRichard Hudson-Miles
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Philosophy of ReligionIntroductionBeau Branson
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Chapter 1: Traditional Arguments For Belief in GodMarcus Hunt
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Chapter 2: Non-Standard Arguments For Belief in God
Robert Sloan Lee
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Chapter 3: Traditional Arguments Against Belief in GodSteven Steyl
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Chapter 4: Recent Arguments Against Belief in God from Cognitive Science of Religion (CSR)Hans Van Eyghen
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Chapter 5: From the Philosophy of Theism to the Philosophy of ReligionsTimothy D Knepper
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LogicWhat is Logic?Matt Knachel
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Evaluating ArgumentsNathan Smith
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Necessary and Sufficient ConditionsMichael Shaffer
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Informal FallaciesCassiano Terra Rodrigues
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Formal Logic in PhilosophyBahram Assadian
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MetaphysicsChapter 1: The ambiguity of metaphysics, with some historical notesNathan Smith
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Chapter 2: Finitism, infinitism, monism, dualism, pluralism (Counting 1)
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Chapter 3: The case of the mind: a puzzling problemJoseph Kranak
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Chapter 4: Fundamentality, or what grounds whatMartin Vacek
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Chapter 5: Case study: what if anything are numbers? (Counting 2)Jonathan Wells
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Chapter 6: Case study: metaphysics on a human scale asks whether there is free actionJonathan Wells
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Chapter 7: Case study: what are universals?Nathan Smith
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Chapter 8: Notes on methods: is there an experimental metaphysics?
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Chapter 9: The difficult contacts between religious and physicalistic metaphysicsAlin Christoph Cucu
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Chapter 10: Topics for further study
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Philsophy of MindChapter 1: Descartes and Substance DualismPaul Richard Blum
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Chapter 2: Behaviorism and MaterialismHeather Salazar
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Chapter 3: FunctionalismJason Newman
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Chapter 4: Property DualismElly Vintiadis
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Chapter 5: Qualia and Raw FeelsHenry Shevlin
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Chapter 6: ConsciousnessTony Cheng
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Chapter 7: Knowledge and Other Mental StatesHeather Salazar
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Chapter 8: Concepts and ContentEran Asoulin
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Chapter 9: Freedom of the WillDaniel Haas
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Chapter 10: The SelfRobin Luke Varghese
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Historical Commentary BoxesPaul Richard Blum
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EpistemologyChapter 1: The Analysis of KnowledgeBrian Barnett
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Chapter 2: Epistemic JustificationTodd Long
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Chapter 3: Sources of Knowledge and Justification: Rationalism, Empiricism, and Beyond
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Chapter 4: SkepticismDaniel Massey
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Chapter 5: Epistemic Value, Duty, and Virtue
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Chapter 6: Epistemology, Probability, and ScienceJonathan Lopez
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Chapter 7: Epistemology, Gender, and Society
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Philosophy of ScienceChapter 1: Empiricism: Logical or otherwise?
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Chapter 2: Popper’s conjectures and refutationsDanny Frederick
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Chapter 3: Kuhn’s normal and revolutionary science
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Chapter 4: Beyond Kuhn: Lakatos, Laudan, and Feyerabend
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Chapter 5: The sociology of scientific knowledge
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Chapter 6: Feminism and the philosophy of scienceJordan Liz
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Chapter 7: The problem of induction
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Chapter 8: The demarcation problem
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Chapter 9: ExplanationAdam D. Edwards
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Chapter 10: Scientific realism
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Chapter 11: Evidence and probability today
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