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Ernest Becker, Becker, Henk. CHAPTER NINE Social Theory : The Merger of
Marx and Freud Let us take a lingering look over our shoulder to see where we
have come . Rousseau , as we saw in Chapter Three , made an important
No less an anthropologist than Clyde Kluckhohn maintained that . 22 Many of our
best minds have been tortuously struggling with the implications of this : it did not
seem possible to have any kind of humanistic , liberating social theory if man ...
242 ; also , Symbols and Social Theory ( New York : Oxford University Press ,
1969 ) , pp . 266 – 267 . 34 . Duncan , Communication and Social Order , p . 131 .
35 . Quoted in H . Feifel , ed . , The Meaning of Death ( New York : McGraw - Hill ...
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Another example of a manuscript that the author, before dying, requested not be published.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
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Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Volume 24
Limited preview - 1991