Philosophy, Suicide, and the Art of Living

Philosophy, Suicide, and the Art of Living

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This collection of essays addresses the question raised long ago by Socrates: "How should we live?" How should we live so as to enjoy what philosophy calls the "good life," which is a life characterized by what the ancient stoics called "freedom and happiness." This book seeks to call attention to an age-old, but now largely overlooked, tradition in philosophy focused on the "art of living" and seeks, as well, to draw out some of its implications for our present-day, disturbed world which is deeply confused about the meaning of life and what it means to live as a human being should.
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  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 209g
  • English
  • 1514138085
  • 9781514138083
  • 2,071,479

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