In the follow-up to his inspiring bestseller The Case for Working with Your Hands, Matthew Crawford examines daily life as a whole - doing the shopping, sharing a meal, going to the park. He asks: with ever-increasing demands on our attention, and without the guidance once supplied by tradition and religion, how do we focus on what's reallyimportant in our lives?
This inspiring answer explains how we can establish meaningful connections with our world, the people around us, and our place in time. With his trademark wit, philosophical insight and reference to real-life experience, Crawford offers a radical critique of contemporary Western thinking.
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