This anti-dictionary explodes the meanings of philosophically-intriguing concepts as it defines and un-defines them. Written by MIT-trained philosopher and author of best-selling This is not a Book (2007), this unique alphabetical collection of provocative essays and other texts tease and treat the reader to fresh and foreign perspectives on dozens of philosophy topics of interest to thinking public and critical seekers anywhere. At times playful or profound, alternately skeptical and reverential, the entries in this philosophical lexicon push paradox and pull for pluralism, spanning the vast range of philosophy, ancient and modern, East and West, social and spiritual, moral and metaphysical, and yet more. This book is for people yearning to think for themselves who are ready to have their minds ignited by the curious and questioning spirit of philosophy.
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