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Very one sided views, not backed by science or anything to be honest @Download ⚶ What Am I Doing with My Life?: And other late night internet searches answered by the great philosophers ⚨ Life philosophy based on Google searchesHave I kissed too many people Am I a psychopath Should I be allowed to say whatever I want Millions of people ask Google all sorts of questions, everything from the big and smallResponding to the biggest, existential questions asked online and using the wisdom of Plato, Kant, Kierkegaard and other philosophical greats philosopher, academic, and all round polymath, Stephen Law, undertakes the challenge and offers answers to our modern day concerns He tackles questions from Am I a good person to Is there a face in my toast with tongue in cheek sagacityNo matter what you ve googled in a midnight moment of existential despair, this book will answer all your burning questions A fairly shallow, but fun book applying some proper philosophy to current day queries. 3.75 rounded upI don t read a lot of non fiction, generally because I don t have a lot of general knowledge and therefore have no specific theme I want to read about However, when I saw this in the Ebury catalogue, I absolutely had to have it I find myself nightly googling stupid things and consequently receiving stupid answers.I thought at first that Stephen Law might have produced a very self important, opinionated response to all these profound questions as many authors do nowadays However 3.75 rounded upI don t read a lot of non fiction, generally because I don t have a lot of general knowledge and therefore have no specific theme I want to read about However, when I saw this in the Ebury catalogue, I absolutely had to have it I find myself nightly googling stupid things and consequently receiving stupid answers.I thought at first that Stephen Law might have produced a very self important, opinionated response to all these profound questions as many authors do nowadays However, what you actually get is really articulate answers with little tidbits of information and quotes from the philosophers of old Of course, questions like Why does nobody love me or Why don t I have any friends are very subjective and therefore cannot be answered with precision Nonetheless, Law gives ambiguous yet somehow simultaneously specific answers to these questions that really get you thinking and actually make things a lot clearer in the end.I really enjoyed reading thisthan I thought I would Thank you to Ebury and Penguin for giving me the opportunity to review this book 1st book January first Not bad A little taste into the troubling minds of people. Cool concept Short and snappy chapters, some heavy subject matter but easily digestible Interesting topics too Why is there a face on my toast and Are psychics real stand out. I like Stephens down to earth approach to philosophy and how this book isn t written in a bloviated arent I smart philosophy way, as such it has the benefit of actually containing some useful advice and I found it quite good for self help mental health Not dense or difficult with big text and small chapters, a pleasant read Certain topics discussed are factually wrong just because it is one sided prospective and certain are pronto on the dot.The idea itself is very good to discuss the top searched google searches But I feel that this book should actually be a collaboration between different nationalities Lets see if they get on the same page to agree with each searches philosophies.