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Apathy: A Cause Not Worth Fighting For
     

Apathy: A Cause Not Worth Fighting For

by Simon Satori Hendley
 

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Apathy is neither an enemy nor an illusion. It’s just a fact of life. Not to be confused with laziness (a reluctance to exert oneself), apathy is indifference, a lack of passion for a subject and the many advantages of being apathetic are explored in this book.

Embrace your apathetic nature! Enjoy being a dilly-dallier, a fence-sitter, a procrastinator!

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Apathy is neither an enemy nor an illusion. It’s just a fact of life. Not to be confused with laziness (a reluctance to exert oneself), apathy is indifference, a lack of passion for a subject and the many advantages of being apathetic are explored in this book.

Embrace your apathetic nature! Enjoy being a dilly-dallier, a fence-sitter, a procrastinator! Apathy has been around and documented since the Greeks. In fact, they first gave us the word apathy: the prefix ‘a’ meaning ‘without’ and ‘pathy’ meaning ‘passion’ or ‘intense feeling’.

Flip through this book and, apart from a great history of the subject, you’ll read about great hobbies for the apathetic (sleeping, drinking, watching TV, shrugging, sitting looking at walls), stupid causes, ideal occupations (monarch, student, priest, customer service operator, politician) and much much more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781291466362
Publisher:
Crombie Jardine Publishing Limited
Publication date:
09/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
60
File size:
771 KB

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