A Brief History of Thought: A Philosophical Guide to Living [ebook] by Luc Ferry (epub/mobi)

French superstar philosopher Luc Ferry encapsulates an enlightening treatise of pop-philosophy in a lively narrative of Western thought—explaining how the history of philosophy can teach us how to live better lives today. This blockbuster better living guide has already sold nearly a half a million copies in Europe; now it is available worldwide in an exciting, highly readable translation: A Brief History of Thought. Thomas Cathcut & Daniel Klein, authors of Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar, call Ferry’s thrilling opus “a fine introduction to philosophy and its fundamental relevance to living a meaningful life—for everyone from the man in the Acropolis to the man in the street.” 

“For everyone from the man in the street to the man in the Acropolis–A fine introduction to philosophy and its fundamental relevance to living a meaningful life.” (THOMAS CATHCART and DANIEL KLEIN, New York Times bestselling authors of Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar)

“This is a vital book. Luc Ferry rehabilitates the ancient question, ‘What is the best way of life?’ as though our lives depended on it. … The reader will find her own experience clarified, and her horizon enlarged.” (MATTHEW B. CRAWFORD,New York Times bestselling author of Shop Class as Soulcraft)

“A philosophical survival kit, in which the reader will find brilliant ideas to help them think better and live better.” (L’EXPRESS)

“This superb primer proves that philosophy belongs at the center of life.” (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review))


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