A philosopher looks at human life and its absurdities—with a smile.
Peter Cave authors books on perplexities in philosophy—from reasoning to ethics and emotions—lectures for The Open University and New York University (London), and chairs the British Humanist Philosophers' Group.
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.