Recently, the fields of empirical and experimental philosophy have generated tremendous excitement, due to unexpected results that have challenged philosophical dogma. Responding to this trend, Philosophy: Traditional and Experimental Readings is the first introductory philosophy reader to integrate cutting-edge work in empirical and experimental philosophy with traditional philosophy.
Featuring coverage that is equal parts historical, contemporary, and empirical/experimental, this topically organized reader provides students with a unique introduction to both the core and the vanguard of philosophy. The text is enhanced by pedagogical tools including commentary on each reading and chapter, study questions, suggested further readings, and a glossary.
An Instructor's Manual offers reading summaries, essay/discussion questions, a test bank, PowerPoint-based lecture guides, and web links.
A Companion Website at www.oup.com/us/allhoff contains a downloadable version of the Instructor's Manual along with Student Resources: self-quizzes, essay/discussion questions, interactive flashcards with key terms, and web links.