Other Books in Series
- #11: Dialectic of Solidarity: Labor, Antisemitism, and the Frankfurt School (Studies in Critical Social Sciences #11) (Hardcover): $161.00
- #128: The Sociogony: Social Facts and the Ontology of Objects, Things, and Monsters (Studies in Critical Social Sciences #128) (Hardcover): $179.00
- #163: Disintegration: Bad Love, Collective Suicide, and the Idols of Imperial Twilight: Volume Two of Sacrifice and Self-Defeat (Studies in Critical Social Sciences #163) (Hardcover): $174.00
- #167: Resignation and Ecstasy: The Moral Geometry of Collective Self-Destruction: Volume Three of Sacrifice and Self-Defeat (Studies in Critical Social Sciences #167) (Hardcover): $169.00
Together again for the first time, Marx and Durkheim join forces in the pages of Disintegration: Bad Love, Collective Suicide, and the Idols of Imperial Twilight for a dialectical exploration of the moral economy of neoliberalism, animated, as it is not only by the capitalist chase for surplus value, but also by an immortal vortex of sacred powers. Classical sociology and psychoanalysis are reconstituted within Hegelian social ontology and dialectical method that differentiates between the ephemeral and free and the eternal and fixed aspects of modern life.
About the Author
Mark Worrell, Ph.D. (2003), University of Kansas, is an Associate Editor at Critical Sociology and has published articles in a wide variety of critical social theory journals and has authored or edited numerous books.