EAT LIKE A PHILOSOPHER Ancient health tips, cheese, and a dash of philosophy What would the great French 'Romantic' philosopher, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, have made as a tasty entree for nights of passion? Why, cold strawberry soup of course. Could supping regularly on that Scottish speciality, Sheep's Head broth, have given David Hume, his unique insights into science and philosophy? And what's the ethical alternative to a barbecue featuring dog burgers and fried grasshoppers? For better or (more likely) for worse, here are some of philosophy's best recipes and worst arguments about food and what to eat.
Martin Cohen is a bestselling wrier of popular books in philosophy, social science and politics whose two introductions to philosophy, 101 Philosophy Problems and 101 Ethical Dilemmas have been translated into 20 different languages