Philosophical Perplexities

A philosopher looks at human life and its absurdities—with a smile.

Peter Cave authors books on philosophical perplexities, lectures in philosophy for The Open University and City University, and chairs the British Humanist Philosophers' Group.


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About Philosophical Perplexities

This is a triology of 33 perplexing philosophy puzzles - the first being Can a Robot Be Human?; the second What's Wrong with Eating People?; and the third Do Llamas Fall in Love?  Each set of 33 includes puzzles, paradoxes and dilemmas concerning ethics, logic, psychology, religion, politics and the arts.

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