"Few of our deep problems can be resolved; most must be outgrown." - Simon May
Simon May is a Professor of Philosophy at King's College London, with interests in ethics, emotions, and identity. He has written books on love, Nietzsche and morality, which have been translated into 10 languages, as well as a book of his own aphorisms, which was a FT Book of the Year. He has also written Op-Eds for The Washington Post and the Financial Times.
His most recent book, Love: A New Understanding of an Ancient Emotion, was published last year, and was called a "beautifully written and fascinating account of the cultural history of love" by Roger Scruton.
"Intellectually engaging . . . Provocative" - The Wall Street Journal