Exploring the meaning of life: an anthology and guide (hardback)
An Anthology and Guide
Authors: Metz Thaddeus, Cottingham John G., Thomson Garrett, Wielenberg Erik J., Fischer John Martin
Coordinator: Seachris Joshua W.Language: Anglais
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528 p. · 19.5x24.8 cm · Hardback
An extensive general introduction orients the reader to the historical, experiential and conceptual aspects of the subject, and anticipates likely developments. In addition, each section is introduced by internationally respected philosophers who have themselves made vital contributions to our understanding of the meaning of life, while a wealth of references and suggestions for further reading provides students with a valuable tool for extending their knowledge. Exploring the Meaning of Life: An Anthology and Guide is a comprehensive survey that shepherds readers to the frontiers of modern philosophy at the same time as charting the roads taken to get there.
Joshua W. Seachris holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Oklahoma. He is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, as well as Grant Administrator for The Character Project, which aims to map the contours of the human character by funding key research in philosophy, psychology and theology. He is the author of peer-reviewed articles on a range of topics in philosophy, including the problem of evil, Confucius and virtue, the meaning of life, and death. His work has appeared in the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Asian Philosophy, Philo, Religious Studies, and the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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