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Religion and Science - new Kindle edition!
Price crash! Originally published at £12.99... Available used from £6.00... New Kindle edition at only £1.85... Whole text comes free on this site!
This is for all students taking papers in Philosohy of Religion at AS and A2 level, as well as anyone interested in these issues.
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Formerly published by Hodder in their Teach Yourself series,101 Key ideas: Buddhism is now available as an e-book. It offers easy and flexible access to Buddhist idea. Click the cover for more information.
... and priced at only £1.53, it just has to be a bargain!
The Philosopher's Beach Book
It may not be exactly holiday weather at the moment, but The Philosopher's Beach Book offers you a light but thought-provoking read any time you want to grab a few moments out of your routine and do a bit of non-routine thinking.
Thirty five questions about life and its meaning, introducing a range of philosophical ideas and thinkers.
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Published by Hodder Education.
The following books, published in Hodder's 'Teach Yourself' series, offer an accessible introduction to each area of philosophy.
Has Google killed off the need for basic introductions to factual subjects? Why get a book, whether printed or electronic, when more information than you can possibly need is available at a click of a mouse? If in doubt, click here.
I have two books in the Access to Religion and Philosophy series (published by Hodder Education), for those studying for AS and A2 level Religious Studies papers in the UK - An Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics and Ethical Theory. The third book shown below - Religion and Science - is now available free on this website.
Although words are my stock-in-trade, I find that some of my best thinking is done when walking, particularly when I get an opportunity to get out into inspiring countryside, or along a coastal path, as here at near Durdle Door in Dorset. Hence this website has a section on Visual Philosophy and also galleries showing some of my favourite places. There are some things that can be seen but never fully expressed.
The world is not what we think about, but what we live in!