Brendan Myers
Brendan Myers

Brendan Cathbad Myers is the author of sixteen books in philosophy, environmental ethics, history of ideas, spirituality, urban fantasy fiction, and game design. After earning his Ph.D in philosophy from the National University of Ireland, Galway, Myers' ideas have been featured by the Pacific Business and Law Institute, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, the BC Civil Liberties Association, and the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids. He's run two successful fundraising campaigns on Kickstarter, chaired a labour union, presented a TED talk, and hunted for fairy tales in seven European countries.

Originally from Elora, Ontario, Brendan now serves as professor of philosophy at CEGEP Heritage College, in Gatineau, Quebec. Through his publishing imprint, Northwest Passage Books, Brendan also provides self-publishing assistance and business ethics consulting services to private clients.

Brendan also plays guitar, brews his own mead, and sometimes still reads children's books. He lives in a library, next door to a forest.


Books by Brendan Myers

Earth, The Gods and The Soul - A History of Pagan Philosophy, The

From the Iron Age to the 21st Century

Nov 2013

Philosophy was invented by pagans. But is there a pagan philosophy? Yes, there is, and this book explains it.

Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear

The twenty-two relationships of a spiritual life and culture - and why they need protection: Part II in the series

Mar 2012

Youve heard of sacred places, teachings, treasures and relics. This book explores sacred relationships, and why they matter.

Loneliness and Revelation

A Study of the Sacred: Part I in the series

Oct 2010

This book explains the nature of loneliness, why the usual solutions fail, and offers a philosophical and spiritual solution.

Other Side of Virtue, The

Where our virtues really came from, what they really mean, and where they might be taking us

Jul 2008

Pagan Testament, A

The literary heritage of the world's oldest new religion

Nov 2008

Reclaiming Civilization

A Case for Optimism for the Future of Humanity

Aug 2017

How civilization leads us to the meaning of life, not by discovery, but by invention.

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