Philosophy can read beautifully, but when put into practice, things can get a little hazy. TLC Client Jules Evans, who is also the co-organiser of the London Philosophy Club, has written a book that helps readers bridge the gap between philosophy and real life.
When Evans first came through TLC, his reader Sue Lascelles recognised a book that read well and that was perfect for Rider Books. Lascelles, who also works as commissioning editor for Rider Books, bought the world rights, excluding the US and Canada. The book is now due to be published in May 2012.
Evans writes about a dream school, where 15 of the world’s greatest and most influential philosophers teach the students the techniques that can help them improve their everyday lives. The book also includes real life stories from people who have learned how to actively pursue the techniques.
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