Table of contents for Philosophy for teens : questioning life's big ideas / Sharon M. Kaye and Paul Thomson.

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Teacher's Guide	xiii
Introduction	1
Part 1: Beauty
Chapter 1: What Is Love?	7
Chapter 2: Is Beauty a Matter of Fact or a Matter of Taste?	15
Chapter 3: What Is the Purpose of Art?	23
Chapter 4: Is There a Difference Between Health and Beauty?	31
Part 2: Truth
Chapter 5: Is There Anything That Cannot Be True?	43
Chapter 6: Is Lying Always Wrong?	51
Chapter 7: Does Every Question Have an Answer?	59
Chapter 8: Should We Accept Reality?	69
Part 3: Justice
Chapter 9: Discrimination	81
Chapter 10: Do Animals Have Rights?	91
Chapter 11: Who Will Take Care of the Environment?	101
Chapter 12: What Would Happen if There Were No Governments?	109
Part 4: God
Chapter 13: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?	119
Chapter 14: What Is the Meaning of Life?	127
Appendix A: Dialogue Worksheet	137
Appendix B: The Trial and Death of Socrates, 	
and Plato's Theory of Forms 	139
Appendix C: Empiricism	145
Glossary	149
About the Authors	152
List of Thought Experiments
Thought Experiment: The Replacement Brother	11
Thought Experiment: Seeing Beauty	18
Thought Experiment: The Nature of Art	28
Thought Experiment: Just the Way You Are	35
Thought Experiment: The Mob and the Scapegoat 	54
Thought Experiment: Time Traveling Yourself Out of Existence	63
Thought Experiment: Getting Your Jollies	75
Thought Experiment: Desert Dessert 	86
Thought Experiment: The Grandchildren That Never Were	104
Thought Experiment: An Island of Your Very Own	113
Thought Experiment: The Next Dr. Frankenstein	122
Thought Experiment: The Most Important Choice of All 	132

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Philosophy.