Tag: Bryan Magee

‘Confessions of a Philosopher’ by Bryan Magee (book review)

Philosopher Bryan Magee in a suit

Bryan Magee is probably my favourite philosopher, if not of all time then certainly of those who have lived and worked during my lifetime. The book I’m reviewing here is Magee’s autobiography, and was first published in 1997, though he has gone on to… Continue Reading “‘Confessions of a Philosopher’ by Bryan Magee (book review)”

Everyday Mysteries

Two hands linking fingers with friendship bracelets around their wrists

True philosophy is about a fascination with all that is mysterious in life. That’s why I have studied, and continue to study, philosophy; because I find it ceaselessly intriguing thinking about why we are here, what reality is, why we suffer, the nature of… Continue Reading “Everyday Mysteries”