Translator: Sook Eun Oh
Publisher: Kimyoung Publishing Inc.
Size: 223*152mm, 246pages, Soft Cover
Written in Korean Only
Stephen Law has been interested in the big questions for as long as he can remember; but it took him a while to figure out that repeatedly asking "Why?" might actually be a legitimate occupation. He is now a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of London and is the Editor of The Royal Institute of Philosophy¡¯s journal for young people, Think.
Stephen¡¯s book, The Philosophy Files, gets straight to the heart of those big questions: Where do right and wrong come from? How do I know the world isn¡¯t virtual? What is real? Does God exist? "I¡¯ve always been struck by how philosophically minded children and young people are," Stephen says. "They ask questions and they get an answer, and behind that answer they find another question to ask, and it doesn¡¯t take long before they are starting to question some of our most basic and fundamental beliefs. If you repeatedly ask ¡®Why¡¯ it¡¯s not long before you are really hitting philosophical bedrock."