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This is book number 167 in the Studies in Critical Social Sciences series.
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- #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
Once again, for the first time, Marx and Durkheim join forces while exploring the moral economy of neoliberalism. Resignation and Ecstasy provides a fresh perspective on the immortal vortex of sacred energies pulsating beneath the peculiar logic of modern accumulation. Relying on dialectical methods, classical sociology and psychoanalysis are reconstituted within an Hegelian social ontology to differentiate the ephemeral from the eternal aspects of social life.
About the Author
Professor Mark P. Worrell (Ret.) is an Associate Editor at Critical Sociology. Worrell has published widely in critical theory journals and has authored or edited numerous books in the areas of conflict, class, theory, and social ontology.