Welcome to Todd May Philosopher
I am a philosopher and the author of sixteen books of philosophy, most recently A Significant Life, A Fragile Life, and A Decent Life, all with University of Chicago Press. As one of the original contributors to the New York Times philosophy blog, The Stone, I wrote on meaningfulness in life, friendship, nonviolence, death, fragility, and other topics.
I was also philosophical advisor to the television sit-com The Good Place and advisor to Mike Schur's book How to Be Perfect.
I have written a bit of poetry. See below.
I am available for talks at universities and public venues on ethics, political philosophy, meaningfulness in life, and other areas of philosophy.