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  • - How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
    af David Epstein
    108,95 - 148,95 kr.

    Range is the groundbreaking and exhilarating exploration into how to be successful in the twenty-first century. Through fascinating stories and vividly explained research, David Epstein demonstrates why, as the world has got increasingly complex, developing range can help us excel.

  • - Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
    af David Epstein
    101,95 - 235,95 kr.

  • - Talent, Practice and the Truth About Success
    af David Epstein
    128,95 kr.

    Offers an exploration of athletic success. This book shows why some skills that we imagine are innate are not - like the bullet-fast reactions of a baseball player - and why other characteristics that we assume are entirely voluntary, like the motivation to practice, might in fact have important genetic components.

  • af David Epstein, Bruce Markell & Lawrence Ponoroff
    411,95 kr.

    Focuses on making the key concepts of contract law, and the relationship among those concepts, easier to understand and retain. The book sets forth understandable techniques for mastering the law governing each critical aspect of the contract relationship, including, contract formation, enforcement, interpretation, performance, breach, and remedies.

  • af David Epstein
    248,95 kr.

  • - 218-43 BC
    af David Epstein
    550,95 - 1.529,95 kr.

  • - Best That They Fail
    af David Epstein
    171,95 kr.

    The backdrop is WWII (Europe, 1939 - 1945). The episode, code named Op. Valkyrie aka ''The Revolution of 20 July 1944''. An English Glider Pilot, recouperating from wounds incurred on D-Day (06/06/44, is temporarily attached to a ''flight pool'' ferrying British Intellegence agents to the Continent. A few weeks before D-Day, the German Resistence (GR) movement, desperately seeking Western Allied support, approached the American OSS agent, A. Dulles, with a plan for the elimination of Hitler and a quick end to the war. It was ignored in London and Washington. The stumbling block was Unconditional Surrender (01/43) which loudly proclaimed: "All Germans are our Enemies." A few weeks after D-Day, he flys a Senior British agent to an urgent meeting in Holland, with a German General (GG), a prominent member of the Widerstand, whose formal arguments did not get very far, but the mere mention of the plight of ''hostage-Europe'' did. Why couldn''t the Widerstand see that this was the Aiies ''Achilles heel''? it was their trump card. They didn''t play it, so the Glider Pilot did. He is sold on the quest for a joint venture, but a legacy of real (or imaginary) double-crosses dogged Anglo-GR relations both before and during the war. Inexorably, he finds himself drawn into a veritable ''hornet''s nest'' of intrigue, surrounding what should have been the most decisive single operation of the war. Britain did not get it. At the very least, the Widerstrand was a ''tool'' for acheiving Allied war objectives. Britian cound not comprehend that it wasn''t just an Anglo-German affair, but that their was a third party that was anxiously awaiting the outcome of this meeting. The explosion that was to have toppled Nazism, imploaded on itself crushing the German Resistence movement abruptly terminating any hope of early liberation for ''hostage-Europe''. WWII Army Vet. PhD, Theoretical Nuclear Physics, NYU (1960). Worked on Submarine Nuclear Reactors & Anti-Submarine Warfare. Professor of Physics & Director of Oceanography, SUNY, Maritime College, 1964. Retired 1995. Avid student, Military History. Interested in WWII episode code named Op-Valkyrie; Anglo - German Resistance (GR) relations prior to and during the war. Book is part autobiography, part history, and part novel.

  • - One New York Pastor's Biblical Response to 9/11, Terrorism and Islam
    af David Epstein
    140,95 kr.

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