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Acknowledgments (Lon S. Nease and Michael W. Austin).
Introduction: Fathering the Idea (Lon S. Nease and Michael W. Austin).
PART I THE IMPACT OF BEING A FATHER.
1 Father Time and Fatherhood (Scott A. Davison).
2 How Fatherhood Will Change Your Life (Ammon Allred).
3 The Born Identity: Becoming Daddy (Kimberley Fink-Jensen).
4 Fatherhood and the Meaning of Life (Michael Barnwell).
PART II ETHICS AND PARENTING STYLES.
5 In Virtue of Upbringing: The Art of Raising a Good Person (Lon S. Nease).
6 Does My Father Care? Paternalism, Care Ethics, and Fatherhood (Andrew Terjesen).
7 How Should I Parent? Fathering That’s Fun and Effective (Dan Florell and Steffen Wilson).
8 Fathering for Freedom (J. K. Swindler).
PART III KEEPING IT REAL: Authentic Fatherhood.
9 Real Fathers Bake Cookies (Dan Collins-Cavanaugh).
10 Maybe Happiness is Loving Our Father: Confucius and the Rituals of Dad (Andrew Komasinski).
11 Authentic Fatherhood: A Traditional Yoruba-African Understanding (Abiodun Oladele Balogun).
12 The Heart of the Merciful Father (Stephen Joseph Mattern).
PART IV DILEMMAS FOR DAD.
13 Should I Let Him Watch? A Father’s Philosophical Perspective on Popular Media (Joshua Baron).
14 Fathering for Social Justice: Raising Children with Open Eyes and Open Minds (David S. Owen).
15 Like Father Like Son? Challenges in the Father-Son Relationship (Anthony Carreras).
16 Father's Ideals and Children's Lives (Jeffrey Morgan).
17 Dads and Daughters: Wisdom for a Winding Road (Michael W. Austin).
Appendix A: Cookie Recipes for Dads (Dan Collins-Cavanaugh).
Appendix B: Wisdom of Youth.
Notes on Contributors.
"One of the best books written for dads who enjoy philosophy." (About.com, January 2011)
"Overall this was a great book. I appreciated not only that it was enjoyable and approachable to read but that it really made me think and question my own thoughts and beliefs about fatherhood." (BookDads, January 2011)
"Each section is so diverse and covers everything from the impact of being a father to dilemmas of being a dad. Each essay is well written and the sections are short, to the point and easy to read and digest. I found that this book started many conversations between myself and other fathers and even opened some conversations between me and my wife...Overall this was a great book. I appreciated not only that it was enjoyable and approachable to read but that it really made me think and question my own thoughts and beliefs about fatherhood." (Dad of Divas Blog, January 2011)