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Rafael Gómez Pérez
Happiness is usually associated to the lack of pain and suffering, but then how is it possible to be happy with the company of such unpleasant companions? Is it reasonable to flee the unavoidable or are there any keys to help us understand suffering and give it even some positive meaning?

The author turns history upside down and provides us with answers by a select group of poets, philosophers, and novelists.

Rafael Gómez Pérez is Doctor of Law and Philosophy and has taught Cultural Anthropology at the Complutense University of Madrid from 1976 to 2000. He has published over ninety books on philosophy, ethics, history, and anthropology, as well as several memoirs.