Growing up in Australia in the seventies and eighties, I barely knew what philosophy meant. It wasn’t until I arrived at university that I discovered, (with some relief!) that I was not the only person who frequently pondered the mysteries of existence and the intricacies of the human condition.
I’ve been writing recently for the online magazine and collective Ma Vie Française (My French Life). These short pieces focus on identifying some fundamental lessons and strategies we can immediately employ in every day life, drawn from great French schools of philosophical thought.