The sequel to the hugely acclaimed Big Numbers , Big Questions brings the most challenging issues about life, the universe and everything to 10-13 year olds. Is there a reason for everything? Can you trust the experts? Can you prove who you are? Do animals have rights? Does anything really exist? Is there only one answer? Asking questions can be a very risky business. When we start to think about things we've always taken for granted, we can end up with some surprising results. Big Questions is full of entertaining and challenging questions about the world around us - many of them have been puzzled over for thousands of years. The book includes sections on How to Win an Argument, Mind, Bodies and Brains and Right and Wrong.
|Publication date:||7th June 2007|
|Publisher:||Icon Books Ltd|
|Categories:||Educational: Mathematics & numeracy,|
Matthew Morrison has a first class degree in Philosophy from the University of York and he currently teaches at the University of Westminster. As well as writing on philosophy, Matthew has had several stage plays produced in London, Edinburgh and Cambridge. He is also a regular contributor to Radio 1 and Radio 4 and has been short-listed for several sitcom and sketch show writing awards.More About Matthew Morrison