Hand-to-mouth Buying

Author: Leverett Samuel Lyon

Publisher: N.A


Category: Business

Page: 487

View: 2575

From Hand to Mouth

Author: Michael C. Corballis

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691116730

Category: Science

Page: 257

View: 4947

A psychologist shows how gestures rather than sounds formed the basis of language fundamentals, using evidence from anthropology, animal behavior, neurology, molecular biology, and anatomy to make his case.

Hand to Mouth

Author: Norman Haughness

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780975929902


Page: 84

View: 1971

A how-to manual that explains what needs to be done in order to lose unwanted body weight permanently.

Hand to Mouth

Author: Paul Auster

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571317251

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

View: 3851

'One of the most original and audacious autobiographies ever written by a writer.' Le Monde Hand to Mouth tells the story of the young Paul Auster's struggle to stay afloat. By turns poignant and comic, Auster's memoir is essentially a book about money - and what it means not to have it. From one odd job to the next, from one failed scheme to another, Auster investigates his own stubborn compulsion to make art and, in the process, treats us to a series of remarkable adventures and unforgettable encounters. The book ends with three of the longest footnotes in literary history: a card game, a thriller about baseball, and three short plays. Hand to Mouth is essential reading for anyone interested in Paul Auster, in the figure of the struggling artist, in the nature of poverty, or in baseball.

Hand to Mouth

Author: Linda Tirado

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0349005494

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

View: 5809

Linda Tirado knows from experience what it is to be poor, to struggle to make ends meet. She has worked all hours as a food service worker in a chain restaurant to support her young family. She knows what it's like to have problems you wish you could fix, but no money, energy or resources to fix them, and no hope of getting any. In 2013, an essay on the everyday realities of poverty that Tirado wrote and posted online was read and shared around the world. In Hand to Mouth, she gives a searing, witty and clear-eyed insider account of being poor in the world's richest nation. She looks at how ordinary people fall or are born into the poverty trap, explains why the poor don't always behave in the way the middle classes think they should, and makes an urgent call for us all to understand and meet the challenges they face.

Hand to Mouth to India

Author: N.A

Publisher: Baxter St.



Page: N.A

View: 3400

Wealth, Virtue, and Moral Luck

Author: Kate Ward

Publisher: Georgetown University Press

ISBN: 1647121388

Category: Christian ethics

Page: 280

View: 1102

"In this book, Kate Ward addresses the issue of inequality from the perspective of Christian virtue ethics. Her unique contribution is to argue that moral luck, our individual life circumstances, affects one's ability to pursue virtue. She argues that economic status functions as moral luck and impedes the ability of both the wealthy and the impoverished to pursue virtues such as prudence, justice, and temperance. The book presents social science evidence that inequality reduces empathy for others' suffering, and increases violence, fear, and the desire to punish others. For the wealthy, inequality creates "hyperagency" - abundant freedom, power, and choice beyond that enjoyed by other members of society. For the poor, scarcity of time, money, and other important goods can also impair their ability to pursue virtue. Having established the theological harm caused by inequality, Ward then makes the argument that both individual Christians and Christian communities have obligations to address the impact of inequality. As individuals, Christians should pursue what Ward calls encounter, conversion, and contentment. Encounter means genuinely reaching out to the less fortunate and spending enough time to get to know individuals as human beings. For Ward, conversion means informing oneself about the realities of poverty and inequality. Contentment means being satisfied with one's position and not striving for more material wealth. Christian communities, in Ward's view, have obligations to pursue political action, tithing, and aid, and to foster encounters in parishes and educational settings"--