- A crash-course in philosophy
- Answers to modern-life's burning questions
- Eminent philosophers solve everyday problems
Covering everything from whether you should treat yourself to that takeaway tonight to the great mysteries of human existence, Marcus Weeks' What Would Nietzsche Do? is a guide to life that also provides a fantastic introduction to philosophy. Weeks looks at what the likes of Schopenhauer, Heraclitus and Foucault had to say about topics including relationships, identity, art and politics and provides an illuminating commentary on all of their answers. This is a brilliant book if you're seeking answers from the experts about modern-life's big questions, including 'How do you fix a broken heart?', 'How do you find a lost phone?' and 'Is Shakespeare really better than the Simpsons?'.
Paperback. 192 pages.