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Bob Lichtenbert

Bob has taught philosophy for forty years in five states at various colleges such as Loyola and De Paul. (He has also taught Humanities and English. )

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The Seeker Of Meaning

This book develops the idea of meaning. This is the only undeveloped great idea. I then present the conception of the meaning of life that follows from.

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Making Meaning

“Making Meaning by Philosophy,” tells you how the fields of philosophy can make meaning, defined as “positive impact,” for yourself and others

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Tips For Making Meaning

The book supplies suggestions or “tips” for a person making the most meaning in her or his life. There are also aphorisms and uplifting tidbits for living a more meaningful life. The short and pithy tone is conducive to easy reading and comprehension.

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Making More Meaning

“Making More Meaning” is a revized version of “Maximizing Meaning, which is an abridged version of “Making Meaning,” the first work to fully develop this concept. It starts by defining and describing the very vague word “meaning” as “usually having a positive impact.”

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Maximizing Meaning

“Maximizing Meaning” is the first work to fully develop this concept. It starts by defining and describing the very vague word “meaning” as “usually having a positive impact.”

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Making Meaning

Making Meaning concerns how to live your life to make maximum impact. It does this by being the first book ever to fully develop the idea of meaning (defined as “significant impact”) which is greatest idea, since everything has it in some way.

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ABOUT BOB LICHTENBERT

Bob has taught philosophy for forty years in five states at various colleges such as Loyola and De Paul. (He has also taught Humanities and English. )

Bob published sixty-two issues of his quarterly journal, “The Meaning of Life.” This journal went viral in 1991 when an article on it was published by the “Chicago Tribune.” It got over 3,400 subscriptions to his journal. Bob then got interviews on
major television and radio stations.