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Resource <div><p>You'll be provided with six core books, audio CDs and have access to a module website, which includes:</p><ul><li>a week-by-week study planner</li><li>module guide</li><li>audio recordings</li><li>online exercises</li><li>electronic versions of the books</li><li>access to online tutorials.</li></ul></div>
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abstract Explores fundamental philosophical questions from six key areas: the self; philosophy of religion; ethics; knowledge and science; the mind; and political philosophy.
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title Exploring philosophy
description <div><p>This introduction to philosophy considers fundamental questions from six core areas: the self; philosophy of religion; ethics; knowledge and science; the mind; and political philosophy. Examples of these questions are What makes me 'Me'? Does God exist? Why should I act morally? Can I trust science? How can I, a physical being, have thoughts and emotions? Should I obey laws I disagree with? Philosophers ? both past and present ? have offered radically diverging answers to these and the other questions asked in this module. Guided engagement with this philosophical tradition will provide the platform for you to tackle the big questions of philosophy for yourself.</p></div>

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