Taking as its starting point the much quoted comment by Socrates that aan unexamined life is not worth livinga, this book is a afield guide to living an examined lifea, a book to help you, the reader, to think about the life you are living, and to consider what you might want to do differently in the future. Like a good field guide, it does not provide answers, but provides the you with tools to identify and examine what is important. It does not tell you how you should live your life, or what decisions you should make, but rather it is a aquestioneras guidea, asking you to think more carefully about such subjects as loyalty, artistic creativity, wisdom and knowledge, managing your time, and determining how to live with others. At the end of each chapter, there are some questions that may help you decide what you could do differently as a result of living an 'examined life'..... New York: Harper and Row Schwartz, P, 1988, The art of the long view, Sydney: Prospect, for the Australian Business Network Sen, A, ... Harmondsworth : Penguin Zeldin, T, 1984, An Intimate History of Humanity, New York: Harper Collins Quotations from the cited works of ... Engels, Mill, Plato, and Thucydides are taken from the digital versions of their works at Project Gutenberg, www. gutenberg.org.
|Title||:||How Shall I Live?: A Field Guide to an Examined Life|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-09-13|