8 edition of The sum of our discontent found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QA141 .B69 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2004298963|
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This must be the winter of our discontent. So much good work is being done to resist, so much more can be done and must be done, but it will all come to nothing if any of this mayhem is allowed to seem routine. Stout hearts. Dig in. Embrace the winter. The alternative can be found in that history book you threw. It does not have a happy ending Author: Samantha Borek. The good book in question was The Winter of Our Discontent, which is perhaps a subtle irony considering how contented I feel this winter. Early in the novel, the bank teller, Joey Morphy, tells the main character, Ethan Hawley, the one sentence that sums up everything he knows about business: “Money gets money.”.
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In The Sum of Our Discontent, David Boyle has put his finger on the problem with our numbers-obsessed societies: The trouble is that numbers have proliferated and that it is sometimes hard to tell the difference between a good statistic and a bad one and that therefore numbers have become meaningless and in the process reduced humans to be coldly calculating/5(6).
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THE SUM OF OUR DISCONTENT: Why Numbers Make Us Irrational David Boyle, Author. Texere $ (p) ISBN Buy this book The flood of numbers in the modern world.
The Winter of Our Discontent is John Steinbeck's last novel, published in The title comes from the first two lines of William Shakespeare 's Richard III: "Now is the winter of our discontent / Made glorious summer by this sun [or son] of York".Author: John Steinbeck.
The Sum of Our Discontent. Why numbers make us irrational. Texere () Book details. Buy the book. The book was originally published in the UK as Tyranny of Numbers with different historical chapters.
For more information about the book, click here. Contact me. Product Information. In The Sum of Our Discontent, David Boyle has put his finger on the problem with our numbers-obsessed societies: The trouble is that numbers have proliferated and that it is sometimes hard to tell the difference between a good statistic and a bad one and that therefore numbers have become meaningless and in the process reduced humans to be coldly calculating.5/5(1).
Get this from a library. The sum of our discontent: 1 2 3 4 5, how numbers make us irrational. [David Boyle].
The Winter of Our Discontent is the story of Ethan Allen Hawley, a member of a once great family turned broke. Ethan, an honest man, spends his days reliving the old days of family glory, while working as a grocery clerk in a store his family once owned.
Yet on Good Friday, his way of living is questioned by some of the people closest to him. Sum is an internationally bestselling book of fiction published in 27 countries and was selected as Book of the Week by both The Guardian and The Week, and named a Book of the Year by Barnes and Noble, Chicago Tribune, New Scientist, The Guardian, and The Scotsman.
At one point, Sum was ranked by Amazon as the #2 bestselling book in the United. Get this from a library. The sum of our discontent: 1 2 3 4 5, how numbers make us irrational. [David Boyle] -- "The counters are taking over our lives.
For. The Sum of Our Discontent Why numbers make us irrational Texere () Book details Buy the book The book was originally published in the UK as Tyranny of Numbers with different historical chapters.
For more information about the book, click here. (from Richard III, spoken by Gloucester) Now is the winter of our discontent. Made glorious summer by this sun of York; And all the clouds that lour'd upon our house.
In the deep bosom of the ocean buried. Now are our brows bound with victorious wreaths; Our bruised arms hung up for monuments; Our stern alarums changed to merry meetings.
The Winter of Our Discontent, by John Steinbeck, tells the story of Ethan Allen Hawley, a man from a family that was once very wealthy but fell to dreams of.
Our cultural infatuation with numbers. 11/19/ Is our obsession with numbers driving us crazy. In The Sum of our Discontent: Why Numbers Make Us Irrational, economist David Boyle takes a serious look at our cultural infatuation with numbers.
Tracing the roots of our obsession to 18th century Utilitarianism, Boyle examines our suffocating fascination w. The information about SUM shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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I will absolutely recommend this book to my friends, to my book club and request that our local library buy the book/5. A Fierce Discontent by Michael McGerr Yet the full story of those decades is far more than the sum of its characters.
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New York: Texere,pp., $ Deborah Stone. Dartmouth College. Deborah Stone is a Research Professor of Government at Dartmouth College. Search for more papers by this author Cited by: 1.SUM is a dazzling exploration of funny and unexpected afterlives that have never been considered–each presented as a vignette that offers us a stunning lens through which to see ourselves here and now.
In one afterlife you may find that God is the size of a microbe and is unaware of your existence. In another, your creators are a species of dim-witted creatures who .Discover and share the most famous quotes from the book The Winter of Our Discontent.