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Saving Time

Engels | 04-01-2024 | 400 pagina's


Paperback / softback

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**THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER** 'The visionary author of How to Do Nothing returns to challenge the notion that ‘time is money.’ . . . Expect to feel changed by this radical way of seeing' Esquire We're living on the wrong clock. And it's destroying us. Our life is dominated by the corporate clock that so many of us contort ourselves to fit inside. It wasn't devised for people, but for profit. We need to embrace a whole new concept of time: one that gives us and our planet a brighter future. In Saving Time, Jenny Odell, bestselling author of How to Do Nothing, examines how we got to the point where time became money. Taking inspiration from the pre-industrial, ecological and geological rhythms of our world, she offers us radical new models to live by that make a more humane, more hopeful existence seem possible. Now is our moment to rethink. And if we do, time might just save us. 'An inimitable gift' Jia Tolentino, author of Trick Mirror 'One of the most important books I've read in my life' Ed Yong, author of An Immense World 'To read it is ... to experience how freedom might feel' Oliver Burkeman, author of Four Thousand Weeks


EAN :9781529924619
Uitgever :Vintage Publishing
Publicatiedatum :  04-01-2024
Formaat :Paperback / softback
Taal :Engels
Hoogte :196 mm
Breedte :218 mm
Dikte :27 mm
Gewicht :322 gr
Voorraad : Bestelbaar
Aantal bladzijden :400
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