Introduction to Philosophy, aims to provide an introduction to philosophical thinking in general rather than a full survey of the philosophical disciplines. What the book does is the simplification of complex issues. This simple introduction to philosophy has resulted from my teaching experience which has convinced me that a simple approach to philosophy may satisfy a real need of students beginning philosophy as a course. Characteristic examples illustrating how philosophical thinkers formulate their questions and how they grapple with their issues is presented. Consequently, this introduction focuses on questions as well as on some specific concepts philosophers use to articulate their experience and the world we live in. Introduction to Philosophy is intended for all those who want to know what philosophy is all about in simple terms. It will be of particular importance as an introductory textbook for philosophy. It will be of immense help to those, whatever their profession, belief or age, who would want to understand philosophy and how it trains the mind.