Lou Marinoff

Lou
Marinoff

Canadian-born American Professor of Philosophy at The City College of New York and University College in London, Author of Plato, Not Prozac!

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Your time or my time might be for hire, but time itself is not. Hence time is our most precious asset-and how we decide to use our time is the most important decision we can make.

How freely we live life depends both on our political system and on our vigilance in defending its liberties. How long we live depends both on our genes and on the quality of our health care. How well we live ~ that is, how thoughtfully, how nobly, how virtuously, how joyously, how lovingly - depends both on our philosophy and on the way we apply it to all else. The examined life is a better life.

If you want to improve your life, and also make the world a better place to inhabit, then it's time to consider another perspective on reason and passion, which doesn't view them as direct competitors.

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Canadian-born American Professor of Philosophy at The City College of New York and University College in London, Author of Plato, Not Prozac!