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By: Kevin Michael Stevenson

Living With(in) Your Ends

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Did you ever wonder why you see the world around you the way that you do? Ever wondered why you might see everything in your world as a means to an end? Why should you bother following the dictum to ‘live within your means’ when you haven’t even considered ‘living with or within your ends’? You might ask yourself: what is implied here by ends and by means, and why does the latter always seem to come before the former? After all, how do we end anything without a means for doing so? Living With(in) Your Ends provides a crutch for you to lean on while you ponder the means and ends within your life and the world around you. It guides you on how to maintain your true identity without getting ‘sucked into world of means’ where superficiality prospers.

Investigating human existence through a lens that values the present moment and which provides for practical consequences, Kevin M. Stevenson, PhD, provides an exploration into the deeper realms of perception and their relationships with time and identity. Living With(in) Your Ends not only provides a conceptual map to follow for leading an authentic life, it also considers some of the historical and philosophical notions that have blessed and plagued human existence. Living With(in) Your Ends will provide you with a framework for healthy reflection and increased awareness of the intersections between yourself and the world.

Kevin Michael Stevenson PhD was born and raised in Ontario (mainly Burlington) and Marietta, Georgia, living his adult life in Canada, Australia, Spain, Mexico and Ireland. He holds an HBA (University of Toronto), MA and PhD (University of Sofia), and a professional MA (ICHAS), practicing as a counselling therapist as a member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has lectured at the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences and Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick at the Faculty of Education. Kevin has published on philosophy, psychology, political theory, counselling, aesthetics, and education, and is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Philosophy (2021–2024) with Sofia University in Bulgaria. He is an avid painter of what he terms abstract primitive expressionism, and is a singer-songwriter on the guitar.

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