Big Questions: Incredible Adventures in Thinking - Matthew Morrison Reviews
Description:ISBN 1840466707 / Genre: Junior books / Author: Matthew Morrison / 204 Pages / Publisher: Icon Books Ltd / Released: 7.06.2007 / The ... more
Big Questions: Incredible Adventures in Thinking - Matthew Morrison ... sequel to the hugely acclaimed "Big Numbers", "Big Questions" brings the most challenging issues about life, the universe and everything to 10-13 year olds. Is there a reason for everything? Can you trust the experts? Can you prove who you are? Do animals have rights? Does anything really exist? Is there only one answer? Asking questions can be a very risky business. When we start to think about things we've always taken for granted, we can end up with some surprising results. "Big Questions" is full of entertaining and challenging questions about the world around us - many of them have been puzzled over for thousands of years. The book includes sections on How to Win an Argument, Mind, Bodies and Brains and Right and Wrong.
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by - written on 22/11/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Big Questions - Incredible Adventures in Thinking is an introduction to philosophy. I found it in the children's section of my local library and, although I think it is probably aimed at children from about the age of 12, I also feel that it would be suitable for adults who want to learn the basics of the subject. I certainly found it fascinating, as did my teenage daughters. The author points out that we have probably all at some time pondered the same questions that philosophers have puzzled over for centuries. For instance, what is the nature of the universe? How was it created? Does God exist? How do we know when something is true? In what circumstances is it okay to Read the complete review