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Bertrand Russell's The Conquest Of Happiness: A Modern Day Interpretation Of A Self Help Classic (Infinite Success Series)

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This is Bertrand Russell's recipe for good living, which can only be achieved through personal thought and effort. He guides the reader through the causes of unhappiness and the choices, compromises and sacrifices that may lead to the final affirmative conclusion of the happy man.
Paperback, 118 pages
Published January 31st 2010 by Not Avail (first published January 4th 2010)
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James Marsh
First a couple things you should know: This is not the original Conquest of Happiness by Bertrand Russell. It is as the title says: A Modern Interpretation of it.

I only emphasize that because Amazon has listed several negative reviews for this reason only.

This is another free ebook available from Infinite Ideas as part of their 52 Brilliant Ideas series.

The author/interpreter in this case does not do us the service that I have found in the other books in the series. His language is unsavory and
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Arielle
There were definitely points that contradicted each other, and points that in my opinion didn't 'flow' and make complete sense; nevertheless the underlying principles were there and did help in my understanding! It helps to use a highlighter to underline the points that are inportant to you.
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