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Philosophical Ridings: Motorcycles and the Meaning of Life

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Have you ever been drawn to the open road? Do you get a thrill from danger? From Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to The Motorcycle Diaries, to be a biker is to be on the road to the meaning of life. What would the existentialists have to say about facing death on a bike? Is it true that meditation is easier at high speeds? Can your motorcycle be as much a work of Have you ever been drawn to the open road? Do you get a thrill from danger? From Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to The Motorcycle Diaries, to be a biker is to be on the road to the meaning of life. What would the existentialists have to say about facing death on a bike? Is it true that meditation is easier at high speeds? Can your motorcycle be as much a work of art as a Michelangelo painting? And why is it that bikers are so often political rebels? From contemplation to rebellion, thrill-seeking to a Sunday drive, philosopher and biker Craig Bourne shows for the first time the thoughtful side of the biker, and takes us on a fun and humorous trip through the philosophy of motorcycles. Craig Bourne is a College Lecturer in Philosophy and Fellow of Pembroke College and New Hall, Cambridge. He rides a Ducati.

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Have you ever been drawn to the open road? Do you get a thrill from danger? From Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to The Motorcycle Diaries, to be a biker is to be on the road to the meaning of life. What would the existentialists have to say about facing death on a bike? Is it true that meditation is easier at high speeds? Can your motorcycle be as much a work of Have you ever been drawn to the open road? Do you get a thrill from danger? From Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to The Motorcycle Diaries, to be a biker is to be on the road to the meaning of life. What would the existentialists have to say about facing death on a bike? Is it true that meditation is easier at high speeds? Can your motorcycle be as much a work of art as a Michelangelo painting? And why is it that bikers are so often political rebels? From contemplation to rebellion, thrill-seeking to a Sunday drive, philosopher and biker Craig Bourne shows for the first time the thoughtful side of the biker, and takes us on a fun and humorous trip through the philosophy of motorcycles. Craig Bourne is a College Lecturer in Philosophy and Fellow of Pembroke College and New Hall, Cambridge. He rides a Ducati.
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Title Philosophical Ridings: Motorcycles and the Meaning of Life Height 13.3
Craig Bourne Width 1.9
ISBN-13 9781851685202 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #1851685200 Spine Width
Publisher Oneworld Publications Pages 160
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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