Life Changing: A Philosophical Guide

Last year I took a short philosophy course called Philosophy For Change. I enjoyed it a great deal; it was the first treatment of philosophy I’d encountered which framed it in a practical light. This isn’t so surprising, perhaps, when you consider that philosophical exercises were once considered to be very practical tools for figuring out how one should live one’s life.

The lecturer for that course – Tim Rayner – has now published a book on the exercises he teaches. It’s called Life Changing: A Philosophical Guide. If the content of my previous posts about the course interests you, or you’re wonder how something we normally perceive as very abstract might be a useful tool for dealing with change, take a look.


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