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Lou Marinoff is a professor and chair of philosophy at the City College of New York. He is the founding president of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association and the author ofPlato Not Prozac, The Middle Way, and The Inner Philosopher. He lives in Monroe, New York.
Lou Marinoff is a fellow pilgrim, always ready to tell the story that hasn’t been told, always ready to take the risks that haven’t been taken.
Paulo Coelho, author of The Alchemist
Guiding the reader through the finest work of the human mind, Lou Marinoff shows that problems of relationship health and general dissatisfaction can be solved by realizing some of our latent human potentialities. Problem-solving then becomes an uplifting adventure.
Laura Huxley, Founding President of Children: Our Ultimate Investment; author of You Are Not the Target and This Timeless Moment
Lou Marinoff is a lively writer who boldly tramples on the constraints of political correctness. In an age filled with too many glib how-to books, Therapy for the Sane is instead a timely and thought-provoking exposition on how the wisdom of the great philosophers can help those wrestling with the big questions of life. This is therapy for the thoughtful.
Arlene Getz, Newsweek