A Philosopher's Guide

Book - 2015
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What is "happiness" and how do we acheive it? Frederic Lenoir proposes that true and lasting happiness is indeed possible. And he takes us on an exciting journey -- from Aristotle to Buddha to modern neuroscience, from the personal to the universal -- to discover how happiness is attainable in our own lives.
Publisher: Brooklyn : Melville House, [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781612194394
Branch Call Number: 152.42 LEN 2015 23
Characteristics: vi, 199 pages ; 22 cm


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Dec 17, 2016

How to find happiness is directed at a western educated audience, not philosophy students. The author lets down his hair and shares with the reader what some big names-- such as Socrates, Jesus and Schopenhauer-- have said about the pursuit of happiness. What science says is also considered. The final chapters reveal the author's personal choice, Spinoza and Ma Anandamayi.

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