What Am I Doing with My Life?: And other late night internet searches answered by the greatest philosophers by Law, Stephen

$29.99 $26.99

ISBN 9781846046186 – RIDER – TRADE – RANDOM HOUSE UK Hardback 304 pp – August 2019

Stephen Law is a philosopher, academic, and all-round polymath. He has written a number of bestselling introductions to philosophy for both adults and children including The Philosophy Files, The Philosophy Gym and A Very Short Introduction on Humanism.

He is a public speaker and has written for the Guardian, Independent on Sunday, Mail on Sunday, the Sydney Morning Herald, The Times, Newsweek, Aeon, and New Scientist magazine. He teaches at the University of London.

A collection of philosophical Q&As on life’s big questions based on popular Google searches

SKU: UB-9781846046186 Category: Tag:


Life philosophy based on Google searches

Have I kissed too many people?
Am I a psychopath?
Should I be allowed to say whatever I want?

Millions of people ask Google all sorts of questions, everything from the big and small.

Responding to the biggest, existential questions asked online and using the wisdom of Plato, Kant, Kierkegaard and other philosophical greats philosopher, academic, and all-round polymath, Stephen Law, undertakes the challenge and offers answers to our modern-day concerns. He tackles questions from Am I a good person? to Is there a face in my toast? with tongue-in-cheek sagacity.

No matter what you’ve googled in a midnight moment of existential despair, this book will answer all your burning questions.