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Harry Potter and philosophy : if Aristotle ran Hogwarts
Potter, Harry (Fictitious character)
Adult Nonfiction PR6068.O93 Z69 2004

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A Few Start-of-Term Notices
The Magic of Philosophy
Gryffindor: The Characters of Harry's World
1. - The Courageous Harry Potter
2. - Dursley Duplicity: The Morality and Psychology of Self-Deception
3. - Voldemort's Agents, Malfoy's Cronies, and Hagrid's Chums: Friendship in Harry Potter
4. - Feminism and Equal Opportunity: Hermione and the Women of Hogwarts
Hufflepuff: Morality in Rowling's Universe
5. - Heaven, Hell, and Harry Potter
6. - Magic, Science, and the Ethics of Technology
7. - The Mirror of Erised: Why We Should Heed Dumbledore's Warning
8. - Kreacher's Lament: S.P.E.W. as a Parable on Discrimination, Indifference, and Social Justice
Slytherin: Knockturn Alley, and the Dark Arts
9. - Is Ambition a Virtue? Why Slytherin Belongs at Hogwarts
10. - A Skewed Reflection: The Nature of Evil
11. - Voldemort, Boethius, and the Destructive Effects of Evil
12. - Magic, Muggles, and Moral Imagination
Ravenclaw: Many-Flavored Topics in Metaphysics
13. - Finding Platform 9?: The Idea of a Different Reality
14. - Space, Time, and Magic
15. - Why Voldemort Won't Just Die Already: What Wizards Can Teach Us about Personal Identity
16. - The Prophecy-Driven Life: Foreknowledge and Freedom at Hogwarts

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