I know that there are many excellent topics of philosophy book indications. But I'm looking for a specific type of book:
• A Beginner's Guide
• A well-structured book with pedagogical resources (such as comparative tables). Example:
• One who is not so beginner, and is not afraid to go deeper, knowing how to explain pedagogically.
• DO NOT be about the history of philosophy. I have a perfect collection in this style, written by giovanni reale. I would like a book like Reale's, but for topics such as epistemology, ethics, metaphysics and general problems of philosophy.
• It is not MUST, but it would help to have a impartial style, but also opinative (Bertrand Russell and the History of Western Philosophy is an example of this: he is quite critical, but tries to pass on the idea of philosophers impartially).
• I do not know if Reale's books were translated into English, but he wrote a giant collection of History of Philosophy. For me is the best reference, I would like a book like his for themes of philosophy, not history.
• The Big Questions. It's an excellent book, I would like books in that style on epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics. But I feel that it does not go so deep.
• Theory and Reality, a introduction to philosophy of science. I freaking love this book. It is explanatory, critical and well structured. I would love books in this style on topics mentioned above.
That's it. I hope I have made a case to justify one more topic of indications. I would like to know the best book in this style to improve my studies and not waste time with material that does not appeal to me. I hope it will be useful to someone as well.