is a journalist, writer and academic, who writes about philosophy, psychology and the search for the good life.
Jules Evans is policy director at the Centre for the History of Emotions
at Queen Mary, University of London, and writes for the Centre’s blog
. He also writes a blog called Philosophy for Life
and send out a weekly column / newsletter to subscribers.
Jules has also written on philosophy, psychology and the politics of well-being for The Spectator, The Times, Prospect, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, New Statesman, Psychologies, Open Democracy, the School of Life, the OECD, the Young Foundation, the New Economics Foundation, IPPR, the Franco-British Council, Global Dashboard, and the Rockefeller Foundation; and has spoken about philosophy on BBC Radio 3’s flagship ideas programme, Night Waves.