[image: new immigrants to the United States (2015–2019), in family and employment categories, by country of birth, Wikimedia; this is essay #334 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: stones on a path, photo by Pixabay from Pexels; this is essay #333 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: a pomegranate… or is it?, Wikimedia; this is essay #332 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: anti-racism demonstration in Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015, Wikimedia; this is essay #331 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Senatus Populusque Romanus, the people and the senate of Rome, Wikipedia; this is essay #330 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Cicero (left) and Simone de Beauvoir (right), practical philosophers; this is essay #329 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Seneca (left) and Cicero (right); this is essay #328 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Cato Uticensis, by Josef Abel, 1817, Wikimedia; this is essay #327 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: Unicorn, by Bettina Rateitzak, 1962, Wikimedia; this is essay #326 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]


[image: knowledge Venn diagram, Wikimedia; this is essay #325 in the Philosophy as a Way of Life series]

Philosophy as a Way of Life

by Massimo Pigliucci. Practical philosophy, science, and good reasoning. Complete index of articles at https://philosophyasawayoflife.blog/essays/

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