Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy
Cover of the first edition
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Media type||Print (hardcover and paperback)|
Blackburn's book was reviewed in Mind by philosopher Mark Sainsbury. Peter Edidin wrote in The New York Times that Think "found a sizable audience", noting that more than 30,000 hardcover copies had been sold and that "Oxford has asked Mr. Blackburn to follow up with Being Good, a guide to the philosophy of ethics". The philosopher Anthony Quinton wrote in 2005 that very short books such as Think form part of a recent new development "in the field of popularization by professionals."
- Sainsbury, Mark (2001). "Reviewed work: Think. A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy, Simon Blackburn". Mind. 110 (438): 430–432. JSTOR 2660173.
- Quninton, Anthony, in Honderich, Ted. The Oxford Companion to Philosophy. Oxford University Press, 2005, p. 741.
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