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Incompatibilism's Allure

"By far the most comprehensive and accessible treatment of the thesis that determinism is incompatible with both free will and moral responsibility." - Michael McKenna, Florida State University

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Indian Philosophy

"Written in an easy-flowing style, Professor Ram Murty's Indian Philosophy: An Introduction can serve as an ideal textbook for undergraduates interested in Indian philosophy." - Trichur S. Rukmani, Professor Emeritus and former Chair in Hindu Studies at Concordia University

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Introducing Philosophy

Abstract questions are made concrete in this accessible survey of central philosophical issues.

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Introducing Symbolic Logic

"The tidiest logic text on the market. Just what you need and no more, presented with a light and student-friendly touch." - Adam Morton, University of Alberta

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Is That a Fact? - Revised Edition

This entertaining and informative introduction provides readers with the tools necessary to critically evaluate the statistical and scientific information that they encounter every day.

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Is That a Fact? - Second Edition

A rigorous but entertaining introduction to the everyday use and misuse of statistics.

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Knowledge and Inquiry

"This is a wonderful textbook for anyone teaching an undergraduate course in contemporary epistemology!" - Ram Neta, University of Utah

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Learning through Disagreement

" Learning through Disagreement is an excellent auxiliary text for any business ethics course. The book's dialogical (as opposed to debating) orientation is a refreshingly constructive approach to dealing with contentious issues in the subject." - Gary James Jason, California State Univ...

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Legal Reasoning

In a book that is a blend of text and readings, Martin P. Golding explores legal reasoning from a variety of angles-including that of judicial psychology.

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