Barbarian Temperament

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  • Barbarian Temperament
  • Stjepan G. Meštrović
  • English
  • 05 April 2019
  • 0415102413

About the Author: Stjepan G. Meštrović

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  1. Adil says:

    Mestrovic writes very clearly Despite my lack of background in the topics discussed, I grasped his points easily Being unfamiliar with critical theory and people like Veblen, the first few chapters which laid out the barbarian tendencies in modern society were very exciting for me Later, the book becametechnical and delved deeply into Freud and Durkheim The conclusion about how to live a virtuous life in a barbarian society was agnostic You would think that this would be disappointing Mestrovic writes very clearly Despite my lack of background in the topics discussed, I grasped his points easily Being unfamiliar with critical theory and people like Veblen, the first few chapters which laid out the barbarian tendencies in modern society were very exciting for me Later, the book becametechnical and delved deeply into Freud and Durkheim The conclusion about how to live a virtuous life in a barbarian society was agnostic You would think that this would be disappointing To the contrary, I think it is perfectly fine and in keeping with the true spirit of the great thinkers Mestrovic discusses throughout the book Schopenhauer, Plato, Veblen, Durkheim, Freud, Simmel, and Horkheimer This made me really respect Mestrovic He brings soul into modern sociology in a time when it is dominated by simplistic rationalism I know Mestrovic s hope is that the reader would become seriously interested in the above mentioned thinkers, and this is what happened to me So for me, he has done his job very well as an author