The thrust of this book is to bring more people to consciously reflect on themselves, their immediate environment and the larger world of which they are part.
Charleston, S.C. (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
How many times have you looked at a situation you found yourself in and questioned, how did I end up here? Author Alan H. Johnson, Ph.D. explores the philosophical relationship we have with the world in which we find ourselves.
Johnson’s book, “Philosophy: A Path with Heart,” asks the question—“What are you thinking?” Throughout the book, Johnson walks his readers through a philosophical and spiritual journey. Colored with personal stories of his own philosophical journey, Johnson’s book is an engaging read that will get readers questioning the relevant facts of their very personal lives.
“The thrust of this book is to bring more people to consciously reflect on themselves, their immediate environment and the larger world of which they are part,” Johnson said. “I would like to rescue philosophy from a kind of specialized, esoteric academic captivity. A spiritual life is not under the province of religion, nor is philosophical reflection under the province of formal education.”
Johnson hopes to bring philosophy to the masses, educating them on how they too can travel on a journey of philosophical and spiritual enlightenment. Through taking this journey, readers will be able to appreciate a more balanced life—which Johnson contends requires religiously attending to spiritual, physical and thoughtful practices.
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“Philosophy: A Path with Heart”
By: Alan H. Johnson, PhD
Available in softcover ($19.95), hardcover ($28.99), e-book ($3.99)
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About the author
Alan H. Johnson, Ph.D. holds his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in philosophy, two years of study at Union Theological Seminary (NYC), a year and half study and analysis at the C.G. Jung institute in Zürich, and a Ph.D. in counseling psychology. Johnson taught family medicine residents, and worked in clinical practice for 33 years. Johnson enjoys teaching Tae Kwon Do and dancing with his wife.
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