Aaron James



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Assholes: A Theory

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Assholes: A Theory of Donal...

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Surfing with Sartre: An Aqu...

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The Dog Ate My Homework

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Law of Attraction: How To E...

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Fairness in Practice: A Soc...

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“Our theory is simply this: a person counts as an asshole when, and only when, he systematically allows himself to enjoy special advantages in interpersonal relations out of an entrenched sense of entitlement that immunizes him against the complaints of other people.”
Aaron James, Assholes: A Theory

“Assholes are a given fact of life. They are a fact of life we must somehow make peace with if we are to be at peace with life itself.”
Aaron James, Assholes: A Theory

“If someone treats you disrespectfully or speaks unkindly about you, remember that he or she does so from [his or her] impression that it is right to do so. It is unrealistic to expect that this person sees you as you see yourself. If another person reaches conclusions based on false impressions, he or she is the one hurt rather than you, because it is that person who is misguided.”
Aaron James, Assholes: A Theory

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