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'A person who does not think about life is like a stranger mapless in a foreign land'. But in the twenty-first century, what meaning can we give to our lives? How can we justify our existence and continue to grow and learn? In The Reason of Things, the bestselling philosopher A. C. Grayling gives us pause to examine these questions by reflecting on topics that concern us all - ethics, religion, evil, luxury, marriage, sex, liberty, justice and war.
Anthony Grayling teaches philosophy at Birkbeck College, London and is a Fellow of St Anne's, Oxford. He reviews regularly in the Financial Times. He has a regular column in Prospect and the Guardian on Saturday.