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Thinking About Ordinary Things: A Short Invitation to Philosophy
Karolinum,Nakladatelstvi Univerzity Karlovy,Czech Republic
Publication Date :
1 Jan 2013
In this compact yet informative book, former dissident, occasional politician, software developer, and noted Czech philosopher Jan Sokol offers a way to teach young radical students about philosophy. Drawing on his own experiences, Sokol explains that one does not start teaching by talking about philosophers and theories specifically, but by aiming to excite students and from there leading them to think philosophically about the important questions that have faced humans for centuries. Divided into thirty short chapters, Thinking about Ordinary Things is a unique perspective on the teaching of philosophy.