Gwynne’s Introduction to True Philosophy
By N M Gwynne
This treatment of the subject of philosophy is “different” and for a number of good reasons.
First, it is firmly in opposition to much of what is said on the subject by modern authors who address the subject of philosophy; and it maintains that this is for compelling reasons.
Secondly, it has been put together in a form that is accessible to “everyone”. You do not have to be a research fellow in Western Philosophy to enjoy this book.
And thirdly, subjects which are considered “factual” by experts are examined under the new “gaze” of This Introduction to True Philosophy with consequences that can appropriately be described as revealing – sometimes even startling.
A review of the book’s contents:
Part 1. Introduction
Part 2. And Now Really “Into” Philosophy. Twenty four chapters including “The real definition of True Philosophy”, “The ‘authority’ of experts.”, “The Importance of truth”.
Part 3. True Philosophy in Action. Four chapters including coverage of the theories of evolution, gravitation and relativity.
Part 4, True Philosophy in Action “Closer to Home” Five chapters covering, amongst others: Common Law, Democracy, Aesthetics, Humour, Nuclear power.
Part 5. Education Two chapters: Education; its purpose, its importance, and how it is best done; and its perversion and decline.
Part 6 Rounding off – including an appendix and an index.
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