- What techniques can you use to make people fall in love with you? - Is there a philosophical answer to that eternal question: What should I eat for dinner? - How would Aristotle really run General Motors? - And where can we find the secret of happiness? Ten thought-provoking 'life lessons' based on seventy five tasty tit-bits of philosophy, drawn from the writings of the Greats. How to Live offers t only tips on life's eternal questions, but a tasty entree into philosophy. 'What the papers say' - about Martin Cohen's books 101 Philosophy Problems: 'Cohen continually delights or infuriates us with his irreverent opinions.' -Times Higher Education (London) 'Without technical terms and incomprehensible superstructure, but with wit and irony, Cohen explains the basic concepts of philosophy and, in passing, the most famous thinkers of history.' -Der Spiegel 101 Ethical Dilemmas '...a chatty, jokey journey through philosophical dilemmas, ancient and modern... but the philosophy is the real thing.' -New Scientist
Martin Cohen has established a worldwide reputation as a radical philosopher and unconventional thinker. His two introductions to philosophy, 'Philosophy Problems' and '101 Ethical Dilemmas' have been translated into many different languages even including a samizdat version in Iran. He also written an 'anti-history' of great philosophers, called 'Philosophical Tales' and is the author for the UK edition of 'Philosophy for Dummies'.