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Self-confidence : a philosophy

By: Pepin, Charles

0008324018 / 9780008324018
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United Kingdom
21 cm 216 pages
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Reprint. Translated from the French This translation originally published: New York: Other Press, 2019.

An essential read for anyone who has encountered a crisis of confidence. Where does self-confidence come from?

How does it work? Why are some people more confident than others? On the surface, these seem like simple questions - but answers can feel hard to come by when we need them most. In this bestselling book, Charles Pepin brings to light the strange alchemy that is self-confidence.

Pepin examines the role confidence plays in the lives of our most respected public figures including the likes of Madonna, Mozart, Frida Kahlo, Martin Luther King and Serena Williams, and argues that above all, to live a life of confidence is to live a life of action. Drawing on the collective wisdom of philosophers, psychologists and the lives of people we encounter on a daily basis, Pepin invites us to probe the mystery and mastery of self-confidence.


HPS Social & political philosophy, JMS The self, ego, identity, personality, VSP Popular psychology

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