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Indeed, long before the publication of Civilization and Its Discontents, Freud wrote in "Wild Psychoanalysis" (1910) that
The first volume of the new "Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts" series from Routledge, Master Narratives And Their Discontents by James Elkins (E.
It's refreshing to see an in-depth volume which not only poses the usual warnings, but then goes on to offer concrete solutions: Social Security And Its Discontents should not be overlooked.
They will put discontents, central, sharp, and irruptive, at center stage.
What Stiglitz questions in Globalization and its Discontents is the way they have been implemented in poor or developing nations to the beat of the IMF's drum.
I thought of that conversation often while putting together this issue, which we've aptly titled "Globalization and Its Discontents.
The pitch: Love's a musical retelling of the Bard's comedy about celibacy and its discontents, augmented with tunes by Cole Porter and George Gershwin; the animated Titan whooshes into hyperdrive as space ace Cale (Damon) fights to save the human race from nasty ETs.
The spectacle of the distant caravan almost imperceptibly inching its way across an arid, seemingly endless steppe rimmed with snow-capped mountains is such a primal image of human perseverance that it has the power to sweep away for a moment more sophisticated reflections on civilization and its discontents.
The Occupational Experience of Residential Child and Youth Care Workers: Caring and Its Discontents.
The Good Life and its Discontents is largely an essay about politics and society, topics on which it is easy to pontificate but very hard to achieve true wisdom.
Its motto, "To help and not to hinder," aptly summarized its attitude vis-a-vis the Football Association, which refused officially to recognize the existence of the NFFSC until the Sixties, when representatives of both organizations were invited to participate in the government's many studies of British soccer and its discontents.