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256 pages, Hardcover
First published January 5, 2021
The Laziness Lie demands perfection, and it defines perfection in very rigid, arbitrary ways: a body that conforms; a tidy, presentable life; a day filled with "productive," virtuous activities that benefit society; a life that has no room in it for rebellion or complaint.
Sometimes the best thing good people can do is hunker down, care for one another, and survive.
Many etymologists believe it came from either the Middle Low German lasich, which meant “feeble” or “weak,”13 or from the Old English lesu, which meant “false” or “evil.”