Man Alone: Alienation In Modern Society

Man Alone Alienation In Modern Society None

  • Title: Man Alone: Alienation In Modern Society
  • Author: Eric Josephson
  • ISBN: 9780440351825
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • None

    • [PDF] ¿ Unlimited ☆ Man Alone: Alienation In Modern Society : by Eric Josephson ï
      208 Eric Josephson
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ¿ Unlimited ☆ Man Alone: Alienation In Modern Society : by Eric Josephson ï
      Posted by:Eric Josephson
      Published :2018-04-02T21:51:46+00:00

    One thought on “Man Alone: Alienation In Modern Society”

    1. Alienation has many faces. From the Bowery derelict to the London prostitute to the Harlem slum dweller to “those on the bottom,” alienation is the human condition of millions. Emotional, spiritual, political, occupational, alienation is epidemic and growing. This book analyzes the problem from many points of view, from the detached academic to the deeply personal. Here you get the views of Fyodor Dostoyevski, Karl Marx, James Baldwin, C. Wright Mills, Erich Fromm, Lewis Mumford, and many ot [...]

    2. I purchased this book in college for less than $1.00. The pages are torn, the binding is green, and the cover has seen much better days. The book contains some great essays by writers that are/were on the edge, and by edge, I mean, here's a bottle - now add some gas - edge, the radical edge, the fist to the sky and take to the streets edge. It's a wild ride of a read and for some time I kept it by my bed where I would turn to it. One of the most notable persons in the books is William Burroughs, [...]

    3. Lots of perspectives/different authors. Interesting, but took a while to get through. My copy was a yellowing 1970s paperback, I believe.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *