The Conquest of Happiness

The Conquest of Happiness

Authors: Bertrand Russell,

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In 1930, revolutionary philosopher Bertrand Russell studied the causes of unhappiness in the world, despite better accessibility to apparent sources of joy. Almost a century later, his discoveries still stand true. What he shares in this book is timeless advice to make your life better and give you happiness in every imaginable way.

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