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Magnificent Life

The Magnificent Life lectures on life philosophy, hosted by popular philosopher Esa Saarinen, provide an inspiring, uplifting, respectful and humanly warm platform in which to develop oneself reflectively in one’s orientation to life. The course does not provide ready-made answers, skill-sets or instructions for leading a better life, but seeks to help the participant personally as she develops her thinking in order to live more meaningfully and contributively.

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Session 8/8 (external link)

The Magnificent Life lectures on life philosophy, hosted by popular philosopher Esa Saarinen, provide an inspiring, uplifting, respectful and humanly warm platform in which to develop oneself reflectively in one’s orientation to life. The course does not provide ready-made answers, skill-sets or instructions for leading a better life, but seeks to help the participant personally as she develops her thinking in order to live more meaningfully and contributively.

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Session 7/8 (external link)

The Magnificent Life lectures on life philosophy, hosted by popular philosopher Esa Saarinen, provide an inspiring, uplifting, respectful and humanly warm platform in which to develop oneself reflectively in one’s orientation to life. The course does not provide ready-made answers, skill-sets or instructions for leading a better life, but seeks to help the participant personally as she develops her thinking in order to live more meaningfully and contributively.

Hosts

The podcast is hosted by philosopher Esa Saarinen, professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management.

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