101 Bugie Che Ci Raccontiamo In Amore E Sull Amore

Autore: Nadiolinda
Editore: Newton Compton Editori
ISBN: 8854129291
Grandezza: 53,49 MB
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Sarà proprio vero che l’amore è un sentimento tenero e dolce? Basta con le favole! L’amore è un accalappiacuori, un dispettoso aguzzino che ci rapisce il cuore, lasciandoci in balia di emozioni incontrollabili. Eppure, pur di tenerlo in vita, spesso siamo disposti a tutto. Anche a raccontare e a raccontarci delle bugie a volte piccole, a volte colossali: quelle che lui ti giura e a cui tu vuoi assolutamente credere, quelle che le amiche ti dicono per consolarti e da cui ti lasci volentieri convincere, quelle che ti racconti perfino tu stessa. Ma non illuderti: prima o poi arriva sempre il momento di affrontare la cruda realtà! Senza la pretesa di voler smascherare ogni innamorato bugiardo, questo libro raccoglie le più diffuse bugie sull’amore, i compromessi che ci ostiniamo ad accettare e i tanti piccoli e grandi inganni in cui siamo caduti tutti almeno una volta nella vita.Alcune delle 101 bugie che ci raccontiamo:La gelosia non è un problemaIl corteggiamento è roba da uominiSe ci si ama, bisogna sposarsiSi può amare una persona e fare sesso con un’altraLe relazioni uccidono la passioneLe donne di oggi spaventano gli uominiLa gelosia è un segno d’amoreAmare vuol dire non avere segretiSeppellire un amore finito è facileIl nostro amore durerà per sempreNadiolindaNadiolinda (pseudonimo di Nadia Busato) è giornalista e copywriter. È critica letteraria per i quotidiani del gruppo Athesis e docente di pubblicazione etica su web. Appassionata di virtualità, blogger, sociologa dell’acchiappo ai tempi dell’happy hour, è inviata speciale sul pianeta delle relazioni per MTV-Loveline, «Grazia», «Playboy Italia», «Bresciaoggi». Ha scritto Se non ti piace dillo. Il sesso ai tempi dell’happy hour; Obiettivo: Maschio! – Primo manuale per cacciatrici metropolitane. Vive e lavora a Brescia.

If On A Winter S Night A Traveler

Autore: Italo Calvino
Editore: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544133404
Grandezza: 12,34 MB
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Italo Calvino imagines a novel capable of endless mutations in this intricately crafted story about writing and readers. If on a Winter's Night a Traveler turns out to be not one novel but ten, each with a different plot, style, ambience, and author, and each interrupted at a moment of suspense. Together they form a labyrinth of literatures, known and unknown, alive and extinct, through which two readers, a male and a female, pursue both the story lines that intrigue them and one another.

Eros And Pathos

Autore: Aldo Carotenuto
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 53,90 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 8294
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Why do we fear love? How do we invite betrayal? What can we learn about ourselves from eroticism, abandonment, solitude? What unconscious drives are at work and seducation and jealousy? Are love, suffering and creativity connected? This book brings to light a treasure in the darkness.

High Fidelity

Autore: Nick Hornby
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 9781573225519
Grandezza: 46,69 MB
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Vista: 4181
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Follows the love affairs and belated growing up of a "Generation X" pop music fanatic and record store owner

Tricks Of The Mind

Autore: Derren Brown
Editore: Random House
ISBN: 1905026358
Grandezza: 29,38 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Docs
Vista: 1110
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Derren Brown's television and stage performances have entranced and dumbfounded millions. His baffling illusions and stunning set pieces - such as The Seance, Russian Roulette and The Heist - have set new standards of what's possible, as well as causing more than their fair share of controversy. Now, for the first time, he reveals the secrets behind his craft, what makes him tick and just why he grew that beard. Tricks of the Mind takes you on a journey into the structure and pyschology of magic. Derren teaches you how to read clues in people's behaviour and spot liars. He discusses the whys and wherefores of hypnosis and shows how to do it. And he investigates the power of suggestion and how you can massively improve your memory. He also takes a long hard look at the paranormal industry and why some of us feel the need to believe in it in the first place. Alternately hilarious, controversial and challenging, Tricks of the Mind is essential reading for Derren's legions of fans, and pretty bloody irresistible even if you don't like him that much...

Vocabolario Milanese Italiano

Autore: Francesco Cherubini
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 39,54 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 7780
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Homer On Life And Death

Autore: Jasper Griffin
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198140269
Grandezza: 63,76 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 4206
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This book demonstrates how Homeric poetry manages to confer significance on persons and actions, interpreting the world and the lives of the people who inhabit it. Taking central themes like characterization, death, and the gods, the author argues that current ideas of the limitations of "oral poetry" are unreal, and that Homer embodies a view of the world both unique and profound.

Pensare In Matematica

Autore: Giorgio Israel
Editore:
ISBN: 9788808193612
Grandezza: 52,66 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 1126
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Tickle Monster Laughter Kit

Autore: Josie Bissett
Editore: Compendium Incorporated
ISBN: 9781932319835
Grandezza: 47,24 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 6262
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Share the treasured gift of laughter with your child! Josie Bissett's enchanted new book is well on its way to becoming a celebrated children's classic. A loveable monster with big puffy mitts has just flown in from Planet Tickle. His mission is to bring joy and laughter to Planet Earth. How? By tickling any child who happens to follow along in this book. Parents read aloud and do the tickling while their children squirm and giggle with delight. Tickle Monster is a winner of the Mom's Choice Award, Parent's Choice Award and the Parent Tested Parent Approved Award. NOTE: The book comes with magical blue Tickle Monster mitts, with holes in the fingertips to make it easy for parents to instantly transform themselves into Tickle Monster and turn pages while tickling. It all comes in an inspiring re-useable gift boxa wonderful gift for parents, grandparents and children for any occasion. Make memories that last a lifetimehere comes Tickle Monster!

Touching A Nerve Our Brains Our Selves

Autore: Patricia S. Churchland
Editore: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393240630
Grandezza: 65,68 MB
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A trailblazing philosopher’s exploration of the latest brain science—and its ethical and practical implications. What happens when we accept that everything we feel and think stems not from an immaterial spirit but from electrical and chemical activity in our brains? In this thought-provoking narrative—drawn from professional expertise as well as personal life experiences—trailblazing neurophilosopher Patricia S. Churchland grounds the philosophy of mind in the essential ingredients of biology. She reflects with humor on how she came to harmonize science and philosophy, the mind and the brain, abstract ideals and daily life. Offering lucid explanations of the neural workings that underlie identity, she reveals how the latest research into consciousness, memory, and free will can help us reexamine enduring philosophical, ethical, and spiritual questions: What shapes our personalities? How do we account for near-death experiences? How do we make decisions? And why do we feel empathy for others? Recent scientific discoveries also provide insights into a fascinating range of real-world dilemmas—for example, whether an adolescent can be held responsible for his actions and whether a patient in a coma can be considered a self. Churchland appreciates that the brain-based understanding of the mind can unnerve even our greatest thinkers. At a conference she attended, a prominent philosopher cried out, “I hate the brain; I hate the brain!” But as Churchland shows, he need not feel this way. Accepting that our brains are the basis of who we are liberates us from the shackles of superstition. It allows us to take ourselves seriously as a product of evolved mechanisms, past experiences, and social influences. And it gives us hope that we can fix some grievous conditions, and when we cannot, we can at least understand them with compassion.