This section provides updates relating to this website, the Philosophy of Happiness book, related publications, and their author, Martin Janello, with the last entry being the latest.
New FAQs (4, 11-16)
Philosophy of Happiness e-book
Philosophy of Happiness
Free excerpts and essays
Philosophy of Happiness hardcover
P of H Chapter 26 excerpt
P of H Chapter 11 excerpt
Books listed on Goodreads, Booklikes, and LibraryThing
Philosophy of Happiness website version for smartphones
New video introduction
Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest presence
Paperbacks available in Canada, Russia, India, Japan
New section to house my quotes and poems
P of H e-book editions for Kindle, Nook, Kobo
New Blog Section
Four collections of quotes and poems in print
2400+ quotes and poems on-line
Room to Ply music streaming
To summarize my position on the responsibilities of philosophy (see also previous News post), explain my decision not to discuss past philosophical considerations of happiness in my book, and describe its unprecedented undertaking, I have supplied several new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) entries. These are numbered 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16.
Downloads of the e-book version of Philosophy of Happiness are now available. For details, please refer to the Purchase section.
The two-volume paperback version of Philosophy of Happiness is now published and available for national and international shipping from Amazon sites. These are linked for the specific product in the Purchase section.
Free of charge excerpts of Philosophy of Happiness and a host of other pertinent materials are available free of charge through the Materials section.
The hardcover edition of Philosophy of Happiness is available worldwide from traditional and on-line bookstores. Please refer to the Purchase section for more information.
Upon requests to obtain an impression of how Philosophy of Happiness approaches the social foundations and implications in the pursuit of happiness, Chapter 26, entitled "Competition and Cooperation" can be downloaded free of charge through the Materials section.
To publicize the idea that philosophy and its practitioners must fulfill vital services to humanity, I added free access to a passage of Chapter 11 of Philosophy of Happiness in the Materials section. It is located on my publishing website, www.palioxis.com, since it also sets forth considerations for that site's mission to support philosophical advancement.
www.philosophyofhappiness.com can be viewed in a smartphone version. The phone version will automatically load when the website is accessed from a smartphone. Visitors can also switch between the computer and smartphone versions by selecting below the cover photo of the Home section.
The Home section of this website now contains a 5-minute personal video introduction regarding the site and the related book of the same title.
The paperback editions of Philosophy of Happiness and the Knowing series, Live Knowing Life, Love Knowing Love, Pine Knowing Pain, and Shine Knowing Shame are now available on Amazon.ca, Amazon.ru, Amazon.in, and Amazon.co.jp in addition to the U.S. and previously established European sites. Please refer to the Purchase section for links.
A new Quotes & Poems section contains over 2400 original quotes and poems that provide insights surrounding my philosophical work. They represent the contents of four collections published as Live Knowing Life, Love Knowing Love, Pine Knowing Pain, and Shine Knowing Shame.
Kindle, Nook, and Kobo e-book editions of the Philosophy of Happiness book are available worldwide for US$9.99 or the local currency equivalent plus tax where applicable, except for European Union sales where the prices are £7.99 or €8.99 incl. VAT. Go to the Purchase section for more information.
A new Blog section has been added to the Philosophy of Happiness site. It features selected contemplations regarding the potential and actual implementations of the Philosophy of Happiness book.
The contents of all four print collections of quotes and poems in the Knowing series, Live Knowing Life, Love Knowing Love, Pine Knowing Pain, and Shine Knowing Shame, as well as subsequent quotes and poems can be read on-line in the Quotes & Poems section.
Listen to Room to Ply, a short rock opera written, composed, and performed by Martin Janello, which illustrates some of the difficulties and considerations in finding our way. The demo version is streaming in .wav high quality audio through the Music section.
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