Muñoz, David Alberto.
A Historical Introduction to Philosophy.
To Know More Series # 2.
The Other presents a very intricate world with simplicity and straightforwardness. It shows not only the history of ideas in the West, but also how these ideas have developed throughout the centuries.
Dr. Librado Garza, author of Influences of the Success of Mexican-American Public Universities Students
The Other: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy is a historical survey of ideas in the western hemisphere. The book begins in ancient Greece in the early part of the sixth century B.C.E., going through the Golden Age of Greek Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy and its religious tendencies, the Modern Period with its rationalism and empiricism, and the Contemporary Period, which ends in the 20 th century with the existentialism of Sartre and Camus. The book takes a case study approach, disseminating dense ideas for the beginner student, and showing how thoughts have become viewpoints, values and beliefs, and specially, how the contemporary mind has been shaped by the inescapable influence of the past. This is an ideal text book for High School and beginning colleges’ classes in philosophy.
David Alberto Muñoz was born in Mexico City in the late 1950’s; he migrated to the United States in the mid 70’s. His education includes a degree in Theatre Arts, as well as a couple of masters’ degrees in Hispanic Literature and Theology. In 1997, he received his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion. He has written several books in English and in Spanish. He has ventured into the fields of literature, essay, and chronicles. He is presently working on his first novel. Muñoz is a residential faculty member at Chandler-Gilbert Community College , in the state of Arizona , teaching philosophy & religious studies, as well as Faculty Associate at Arizona State University . He is a promoter of cultural events. He is married and has an eight-year-old daughter.
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