Introduction. PART I: What Is Philosophy, Anyway? Chapter 1: Great Thinkers, Deep Thoughts. Chapter 2: Philosophy as an Activity. Chapter 3: The Love of Wisdom. PART II: How Do We Know Anything? Chapter 4: Belief, Truth, and Knowledge. Chapter 5: The Challenge of Skepticism. Chapter 6: The Amazing Reality of Basic Beliefs. PART III: What Is the Good? Chapter 7: What Is Good? Chapter 8: Happiness, Excellence, and the Good Life. Chapter 9: Ethical Rules and Moral Character. PART IV: Are We Ever Really Free? Chapter 10: Fate, Destiny, and You. Chapter 11: Standard Views of Freedom. Chapter 12: Just Do It: Human Agency in the World. PART V: The Incredible, Invisible You. Chapter 13: What Is a Person? Chapter 14: The Case for Materialism. Chapter 15: The Case for Dualism. PART VI: What's the Deal with Death? Chapter 16: From Dust to Dust: Fear and the Void. Chapter 17: Philosophical Consolations on Death. Chapter 18: Is There Life After Death? PART VII: Is There a God? Chapter 19: Two World Views. Chapter 20: Theistic Visions. Chapter 21: The Problem of Evil. PART VIII: The Meaning of Life. Chapter 22: What Is the Meaning of Life? Chapter 23: Pascal's Wager: Betting Your Life. Chapter 24: Success and Happiness in Life. PART IX: The Part of Tens. Chapter 25: Ten Great Philosophers. Chapter 26: Ten Great Questions. Index. Book Registration Information.
Tom Morris, Ph.D., author of True Success and other books, taught philosophy at Notre Dame University for 15 years and currently heads the Morris Institute for Human Values.