A Practical Guide showing you how you can use philosophy to become happier.
Become a happier person by applying the wisdom of philosophers.
What is happiness? What makes you happy? And is there more to life than happiness?
Looking at the history of thought, this Practical Guide will help you answer these questions.
Learn to cultivate your taste for pleasure, free yourself from the various disturbances of life and overcome irrational expectations that cause distress. Happiness will help you to go with the flow and rediscover the joy of existence.
Filled with practical exercises, tips and case studies, this Practical Guide will enable you to see happiness in a new light, with the help of the world's greatest minds.
Will Buckingham is a philosopher. He has a PhD in philosophy from Staffordshire University and teaches in the School of Humanities at De Montfort University, specialising in ethics, philosophy and literature. He is the author of several books, including the philosophy book Finding our Sea-Legs.
Self-help & practical
Self-help & personal development