About this book
E.F. Schumacher argues that philosophy should provide a 'map' of life and knowledge which places the most important aspects of life in their correct prioritised place, and that we have too long depended on science to explain the mysteries of our lives and the universe. Reissue, to tie in with the centenary of his birth.
Asserts that it is the task of philosophy to provide a map of life and knowledge which exhibits the most important features of life in their proper prominence. This title covers the questions: How am I to conduct my life? What is the nature of art and nature? What is the meaning of religion?