Infinitism How to Make Infinity Your Philosophy of Life Korosh Erfani, PhD In this new book we see how the ordinary people are finding the subtle ways to shorten their lives since they don’t find there any meaningful aspect in. While, at a first glance, it looks that they are doing it unconsciously, a deeper In a world where people struggle to overcome many individual, familial, and social challenges, one might ask what’s best to use as a compass to navigate such choppy waters. The complexity of material and immaterial issues we face daily makes obsolete some ideas and ideologies we’ve become used to using for such situations. We need to update our intellectual and mental tools to measure up objectively the depth and gravity of the crisis. Philosophy is still the best method we have to find these tools. Seized by increasing daily concerns, people in the modern world don’t have the patience for abstractions. We need something practical and simple to operate easily in our life. Infinitism employs a concept of philosophy to achieve this goal: Infinity. In order to change our life, Infinitism states that there are infinite possibilities in the real world waiting for us. Unfortunately, we miss out on these endless potentials when we don’t think of infinity as a practical philosophy for life. It’s achieved here in this book where the most complex notions are brought to a level of simplicity by way of an ordinary conversation between normal people discussing how to deal with the challenges of their lives. The conversation among these four characters can be assimilated by each of us as they talk about ways to redefine their lives in order to cope with any challenge, big or small. Infinitism is a groundbreaking solution for dealing with the maladies of the modern world. * Korosh Erfani is a sociologist with 30 years of experience in teaching and research in different fields of human sciences including sociology, psychology, communications, political science, and philosophy.