The Times of India has an article about Dr. de Bono’s book H+, a meditation on happiness, help, health, hope, and humor. Nominally a quasi-religious treatise, it sounds like the sort of easily digestible pop psychology that Alain de Botton has popularized.
But who knows? Dr. de Bono is certainly one of the world’s leading thinkers, and scholars have grappled for millenia with commingled questions of religion and philosophy. Perhaps someday the name “Edward of Bono” will be uttered in the same breath as Augustine of Hippo, William of Ockham, Maimonides, and Thomas Aquinas.