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Omar Sangiovanni shared with you:
Open Culture - Alain de Botton is a not a philosopher's philosopher. This means that his work is given little consideration inside academia. It also means that he speaks to many, many more people—ordinary people hungry for humanist ideas about living—than his peers. In his six-part video series, Philosophy:A Guide to Happiness, de Botton tells us that he'd always looked to philosophy as a discipline that "has wise things to say about everyday worries…. Philosophy promised something that might sound a little naïve, but was in fact rather profound: A way to learn to be happy." I'm still not sure if this sounds more naïve or profound, but de Botton's videos, each nearly 25 minutes long, concern thinkers who surely knew the difference. Each video also functions as a travelogue of sorts, as de Botton visits the cities that produced the thinkers, and tries to square their histories with the modern world around the relics.
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