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With everyday examples making philosophy entertaining and relevant, this books cracks the secret to attaining "the good life" in just 30 steps Life is complicated and few people have time to think about how to get the best out of it—luckily there are plenty of people who have already done that thinking. Mark Vernon has collected the wisdom of the greatest minds in history and made their thinking on the things that matter most in life accessible and practical. Drawing on the work of the world's greatest philosophers, this book explains in 30 easy steps how philosophy can make people happier, healthier, and better lovers!
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Mark Vernon is the author of 42: Deep Thought on Life, Plato's Podcasts: The Ancients' Guide to Modern Living, and What Not to Say: Philosophy for Life's Tricky Moments.Review:
"Mark Vernon is one of the most thoughtful, accessible and lucid popular philosophers writing today." —Julian Baggini, author, The Pig that Wants to be Eaten
"Vernon makes philosophy enlightening, engaging, and relevant." —Publishers Weekly on Plato's Podcasts
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