The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten

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Julian Baggini presents 100 of the most interesting thought experiments: short scenarios which pose a problem in a vivid and concrete way, and invites the reader to think about possible answers for him/herself. Experiments cover identity, religion, a ...Continua
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Wrote 6/17/10
Very, very interesting and inspiring. Even if you're not that interested in ethics or philosophical problems at large you may like to see this book as a collection of everyday problems and dilemma illustrated with sound reasonings. It's not a Q&A, bu...Continua
a lot of armchair questions!

Yet, don't take it too seriously ... it may bring you to some philosophical thinking, yet you need to go to the heart of the problem by reading some other serious stuff ... oversimplication is the risk you will take in reading this ...

Wrote 2/21/08

complicated cross referencing which doesn't really add pleasure to your reading...

Wrote 1/26/08
No ordinary book. When you read a book you usually expect to learn more when you finish it. But after finishing this Pig, I was only to find that I actually know less! This book really can be considered a treasure house of dilemmas that can help you...Continua

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