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Warmth is our God”. That is, the above paragraph is part of the problem he thinks he’s diagnosed.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. He then studied how working-class identities are shaped in modern society, in The Hidden Injuries of Class, written with Jonathan Cobb.

Lists with This Book. Sometimes, we also use a cookie to keep track of your trolley contents. Seminal is his recognition that Marx’s efforts to create a theory of historical movement and social conflict rooted in a critique of political economy had nothing in common with subsequent attempts to reduce “dialectical materialism” or still worse, historical materialism to a positivistic science, the way The most important contribution to the dialogue with the unfinished project of Karl Marx since Guy DeBord comes from the canon of former London School of Economics Professor Richard Sennett.

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Sennett is a great thinker, but he is an abysmal writer. FPM has been so rewarding. At some point I may attempt a genuine review.

The reigning aspiration today is to develop individual personality through experiences of closeness and warmth with others Can intimacy on these terms really be a virtue? Sep 24, John Jr. A good book, very dense, chock full of astute observations on society.

This is the logical consequence of the destructive gemeinschaft which arose when personality made its appearance in society.

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This ideology transmutes political categories into psychological categories. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The history of the rise and fall of public culture at the very least calls this humanitarian spirit into question.

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For now, I’ll content myself with saying that the descriptions given for two of the editions listed by Goodreads are deficient as of this writing—I should approach the librarians about fixing them. The work takes a view of public performance on the stage, in civic and political capacities, and richatd general social encounters.

Sennett has explored more positive aspects of labor in The Craftsman [], and in Together: This ideology of intimacy defines the humanitarian spirit of a society without gods: Sennett continues the pragmatist tradition begun by William James and John Dewey.

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As a social analyst, Mr. Because of this, our personalities cannot fully develop: In A sweeping, farsighted study of the changing nature of public culture and urban society, The Fall of Public Man spans more than two centuries of Western sociopolitical evolution and investigates the causes of our declining involvement in political life.

Sennett’s key claim is that modern Western society has lost a key dimension of personhood: A senntt email has been sent to you. Cocojules rated it really liked it Apr 16, In The Fall of Public ManRichard Sennett argues that the public realm now has become a mere formality 3 and that the private life has become interoriorized 4leading to confusion between intimate life and public life 5.

At this point he took a break from sociology, composing three novels: Thus the past built a hidden desire for stability in the overt desire for closeness between human beings. Email address subscribed successfully. The reigning myth today is that the evils of society can all be understood as dl of impersonality, alienation, and coldness.

This is a great sociology book. They therefore sought to flee, and find in the private realms of life, especially in the family, some principle of order in the perception of personality.

Jakub Misiak rated it really liked it Sep 11, The book is written before I was publio but so much This book made a great impression on me when I first read it.

Essential reading if you dennett to understand why public discourse is so hard in the States and why there is not governing sense of public good in situations where there should be. Richard Sennett has explored how individuals and groups make social and cultural sense of material facts — about the cities in which they live and about the labour they do.

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Librería La Lengua Absuelta: Richard Sennett, El Declive del Hombre Público

I have been spinning in circles ever since I did that and want someone to suggest a intellectual resting place. Published April 11th by W. Murple Jane rated it really liked it Aug 03, He notes the dangers of this view: Thus, there is a question for the “authentic” self rather than a public of presenting ideas 8. It also relies too much on British and French examples though to be fair, the reasons are obvious.

The book is written before I was born but so much of it has just become stronger in the past 40 years. He discusses the complexity and arbitrary nature of signifying acts and displays from contemporary and Victorian times, and how these may lead to neuroses in so many members of society who may attempt to live up to those codes. Aug 17, Long rated it it was ok Shelves: And I’m not convinced by Sennett’s treatment of the Industrial Revolution; I find that mass consumption fits his model very well, but I’m not so sure about mass production, which seems if anything to be a powerful counterexample.

Sociology became fun to eeclive when I started thinking of it as set of inconvenient fictions. Sen Richard Sennett has explored how individuals and groups make social and cultural sense of material facts — about the cities in which they live and about the labour they do.

Sennett probably wouldn’t approve of what I just wrote. Because of this dislocation, people sought to declivd personal meanings in impersonal situations, in objects, and in the objective conditions of society itself.