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Alain de Botton is the author of the international bestsellers, How Proust Can Change Your Life, The Art of Travel and Religion for Atheists, and other books that try to throw light on the big challenges of our lives. He is the founder of Living Architecture (www.living-architecture.co.uk), a social enterprise which gets top architects to build holiday homes for rental by anyone. He is also founder of The School of Life (www.theschooloflife.com), for which this series has been designed.
The School of Life is a London-based enterprise that is dedicated to the most useful ideas relevant to the dilemmas of everyday life. We consider questions like: How can we fulfil our potential? Can work be inspiring? Why does community matter? Can relationships last a lifetime? We don’t have all the answers, but we will direct you towards a variety of useful ideas – from philosophy to literature, psychology to the visual arts – that are guaranteed to stimulate, provoke, nourish and console.
exactly what the product description said; very satisfiedPublished 6 months ago by AIKATERINI FYTOPOULOU
Really enjoyed this book. As always great writing style from Alain de Botton and some food for thought.Published 6 months ago by Thomas Higginson
Although very well written and undeniably fascinating, I found that 'How to Think More About Sex' offered a disappointingly narrow view of a broad and diverse subject. Read morePublished 10 months ago by atlantis
The best book on sex and relationships I think I've ever read - and that's saying something! de Botton is a rather wry, but very compassionate, guide to the mores and pitfalls of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Self-help junkie
An intelligent writer who seems unable to escape his male identity, even when he is trying to make a gender-neutral point. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nina Martin