A thought-provoking and practical guide to one of the greatest questions we will ever face - what is the meaning of life?To wonder too openly or intensely about the meaning of life can seem a peculiar, illfated and faintly ridiculous pastime.
It can seem like a topic on which ordinary mortals cannot make much progress.
In truth, it is for all of us to wonder about, define and work towards a more meaningful existence. This book considers a range of options for where the meaning of life is to be found, including love, family, friendship, work, self-knowledge and nature.
We learn why certain things feel meaningful while others don't, and consider how we might introduce more meaning into our activities.
HPCF3 Phenomenology & Existentialism, HPJ Philosophy: metaphysics & ontology, HPK Philosophy: epistemology & theory of knowledge, HPM Philosophy of mind, HPQ Ethics & moral philosophy, HPX Popular philosophy, VFV Family & relationships, VSP Popular psychology