Really, Really Big Questions by Stephen Law

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Really, Really Big Questions by Stephen Law Have you ever looked at your dog and wondered what it is really thinking? Or asked yourself if your entire life has been a dream? Prepare to exercise your mind as you investigate these big ideas and more on the roller-coaster ride of reason and ridiculous that is philosophy. Cool illustrations, brainteasers, and quirky quotations add to the simple and fun question-and-answer format, introducing readers to life's important questions.
 

About Stephen Law

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Dr. Stephen Law has written numerous academic papers as well as books for both adults and children including the hugely popular The Philosophy Files. Nishant Choksi is an accomplished illustrator who has created artworks for a number of journal publications including The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and NewScientist.
 
Published October 13, 2009 by Kingfisher. 64 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Law & Philosophy.

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In Q&As that range in import from “What is Nothing?” and “Is it wrong to design a baby?” to “Do fairies exist?” and “Can you bend a spoon with your mind?” (“I doubt it, but give it a try”), he provides not only topics to mull over, but also, with simply phrased pro-and/or-con comments about each,...

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In a section that asks “Where do living things come from?” he describes a Greek creation story and then the one from the Bible, remarking, “These stories from different times, places, and religions are certainly strange and wonderful.

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