Editor: Joshua W. Seachris
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“What is the meaning of life?” is one of the most important questions that can be asked. Indeed, it is the question that attracts many people to philosophy in the first place. But students are often disappointed that their courses do not address it, and instructors who wish to do so have difficulty finding appropriate texts. This anthology is the answer to their problem. It is both a guide to the issue and an excellent collection of readings from a variety of viewpoints. I recommend it for both classroom use and for personal enjoyment.
Linda Zagzebski, The University of Oklahoma
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