Jules Evans

Jules is policy director at the Centre for the History of the Emotions, at Queen Mary, University of London. He is also co-organiser of the London Philosophy Club, and is researching and promoting the growth of philosophy clubs around the world. He's written on philosophy and psychology for the Financial Times, Wired, The Times, Spectator, Prospect, The Observer, Psychologies and others; presented on BBC 2's Culture Show; spoken on BBC Radio 3, Radio 4, RTE-1, ABC Australia, at the RSA, and at several festivals including Hay-On-Wye and Latitude. He is a BBC New Generation Thinker for 2013.His first book, Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations, looks at how ancient philosophy is used by people today, and how it directly influenced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It has come out in 19 countries, and was described as 'something of a revelation' by the Observer, and as a 'wonderful book, beautifully written' by Lord Richard Layard. It was one of The Times' books of the year in 2013. He blogs at www.philosophyforlife.org
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