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S ambitious project is a uniue distillation of humanity's best ideas In Big uestions Philosophy bestselling author Simon Blackburn addresses 20 essential uestions But boring Sideways In Neverland uestions But boring

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The Big uestions

Hy Each 3000 word essay simply and concisely examines a uestion that has eternally perplexed enuiring minds and provides answers from history's great thinkers Thi While none of it was truly new and I didn t agree with all of it this book definitely got me thinking again about all the facts of life that really are

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The Big uestions series is designed to let renowned experts confront the 20 most fundamental and freuently asked uestions of a major branch of science or philosop For me philosophy is one of the great pleasures for the inuiring mind Take any subject and there is bound to be a thinker somewhere who has expostulate


10 thoughts on “The Big uestions

  1. says:

    For me philosophy is one of the great pleasures for the inuiring mind Take any subject and there is bound to be a thinker somewhere who has expostulated upon it This book is one of a series put out by uercus under the general title 'The Big uestions' It's intent apparently is to make some of the major issues of various subjects Physics Mathematics and the Universe for example are separate books in the series accessible to the general pub

  2. says:

    Compared to Blackburn's other work this one feels a bit pieced together but I guess that's to be expected when y

  3. says:

    A little too intro level for my tastes The topics are a little short handed as would be for a book styled this way which left me wanting to delve into some of the minutia in a careful way than presented here Good for an introduction for those without a sophisticated philosophy background Not good for the already philosophically wel

  4. says:

    I think MrBlackburn is not the best author in the business There was a couple of chapters that I really enjoyed time related discussions but overall it had nothing really new to offer Every chapter feels like a loop The aut

  5. says:

    I can review the text but not interpretation To review the interpretation you have to move little higher than the book experienceAuthor analys

  6. says:

    While none of it was truly new and I didn't agree with all of it this book definitely got me thinking again about all the facts of life that really are just suppositions Who are we really Why do we exist Why do or believe anything While rarely providing answers this book definitely directs your attention deeper into each uestion Great for guided reflection and deep thought

  7. says:

    Good introduction to relevant uestions I must admit my views align rather well with those of mr blackburn Sadly does not go crazy in dept however it does not need to as it rather launches you into thinking yourself about those uestions

  8. says:

    I can tell that he does have very interesting perspectives on certain issues However this book is written in a way that only he can understand it I find it very hard to focus when he starts to ramble on into his own internal monologues

  9. says:

    But boring

  10. says:

    This is the first book I have read on the subject of philosophy And I loved it The uestions we all face The problems we all want solved and the condition of the human mind and nature All within philosophy’s realm Brief view on the subjects covered in this bookIs there life after death In short; No there isn’t Same as there wasn’t life before life Do you remember what it was like 4 years before you were born Life simply st

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