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  • Author(s) Michael Austin
  • Edition4
  • Published8th October 2019
  • PublisherW W Norton & Company
  • ISBN9780393420685
  • University course codes
The only global great ideas reader, with new chapters on Ethics & Empathy and Visual Arguments

With 77 readings by some of the world’s great thinkers, Reading the World is the only great ideas reader to offer a global perspective, allowing students to explore the development of ideas across cultures, an increasingly important approach in our diverse society. Selections strike a balance between Western and non-Western, classic and contemporary, verbal and visual, and longer and shorter. The new edition features a new chapter on Ethics & Empathy, a new casebook on Visual Arguments, 36 new readings in total, and new guidance on identifying and avoiding bias.

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  • Author(s) Michael Austin
  • Edition4
  • Published8th October 2019
  • PublisherW W Norton & Company
  • ISBN9780393420685
  • University course codes
The only global great ideas reader, with new chapters on Ethics & Empathy and Visual Arguments

With 77 readings by some of the world’s great thinkers, Reading the World is the only great ideas reader to offer a global perspective, allowing students to explore the development of ideas across cultures, an increasingly important approach in our diverse society. Selections strike a balance between Western and non-Western, classic and contemporary, verbal and visual, and longer and shorter. The new edition features a new chapter on Ethics & Empathy, a new casebook on Visual Arguments, 36 new readings in total, and new guidance on identifying and avoiding bias.
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