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Why Smart People Can Be So Stupid
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 272

Why Smart People Can Be So Stupid

One need not look far to find breathtaking acts of stupidity committed by people who are smart, or even brilliant. The behavior of smart individuals—from presidents to prosecutors to professors—is at times so amazingly stupid as to seem inexplicable. Why do otherwise intelligent people think and behave in ways so stupid that they sometimes destroy their livelihoods or even their lives? This book is the first devoted to investigating what the most current psychological research can tell us about stupidity in everyday life. The contributors to the volume, renowned scholars in various areas of human intelligence, present fascinating examples of people messing up their lives, and they offer ...

The Book in History, the Book as History
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 420

The Book in History, the Book as History

Uniting eighteen leading critics in early modern literary studies, this volume explores book history and the material text. The essays incorporate a broad range of subjects, such as gender and sexuality, religion, postcolonial theory, political and economic history, adaptation and appropriation, historical formalism, and digital humanities. With essays on Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton, and others, this volume makes early modern literary studies and book history accessible and will be a core resource in the field for years to come.

The Story of the Yale University Press Told by a Friend
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 15

The Story of the Yale University Press Told by a Friend

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1920
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Fine Lines
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 336

Fine Lines

  • Categories: Art

The first comprehensive, interdisciplinary accounting of Nabokov s scientific work, its significance in his artistry, and his contribution to evolutionary theory "

Journey of the Universe
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 175

Journey of the Universe

The authors tell the epic story of the universe from an inspired new perspective, weaving the findings of modern science together with enduring wisdom found in the humanistic traditions of the West, China, India, and indigenous peoples. This book is part of a larger project that includes a documentary film, educational DVD series, and Web site.

Yale University Press Book Sale Catalogs
  • Language: en

Yale University Press Book Sale Catalogs

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1911
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Arms and Influence
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 293

Arms and Influence

The author concentrates in this book n the way in which military capabilities real or imagined are used, skillfully of clumsily, as bargaining power. He sees the steps taken by the U.S. during the Berlin and Cuban crises as not merely preparations for engagement, but as signals to and enemy, with reports from the adversary's own military intelligence as our most important diplomatic communications.

A Catalogue of the Publications of Yale University Press
  • Language: en

A Catalogue of the Publications of Yale University Press

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1913
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Bicycle
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 470

Bicycle

In this, the ultimate history of the bicycle, David Herlihy recounts the saga of this far-reaching invention and the passions it aroused. The pioneer racer insisted the bicycle would become "as common as umbrellas." Mark Twain was more skeptical, enjoining his reader to "get a bicycle. You will not regret it-if you live." Herlihy shows readers why the bicycle captured the public's imagination and the myriad ways in which it reshaped the world.

A World of Letters
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 222

A World of Letters

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2008
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  • Publisher: Unknown

The story of a distinguished university press in its first one hundred years tells a greater tale of a century's intellectual activity. Yale University Press has published more than eight thousand volumes through the years, scores of best sellers and award-winners among them, and these books have come to be through the efforts of a host of colorful authors, editiors, directors, board members, and others of intellectual and literary renown.