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This leads him to pause and heave a sigh over the perversity of nature , but it
doesn ' t really touch him , since he leaves behind precisely the immortal marks of
his own achievement . * He might feel self - pity and bitterness about the ...
Modern man lives in illusion , said Freud , because he denies or suppresses his
wish for the other ' s death and for his own immortality ; and it is precisely
because of this illusion that mankind cannot get control over social evils like war .
This is ...
... an opportunity for heroic victory that is not a simple reflex of narcissistic
scapegoating . You have to conceive of the possibility of a nondestructive yet
victorious social system . It was precisely this problem that was designed by
William James ...
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Another example of a manuscript that the author, before dying, requested not be published. A companion text to his classic The Denial of Death, this work argues that what we call evil (a term that is ... Read full review
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Economics as Expiation
The Origin of Inequality
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The Roots of Evil: The Origins of Genocide and Other Group Violence
Limited preview - 1989
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Volume 24
Limited preview - 1991