The Cultivation of Hatred - the Bourgeois Experience - Victoria to Freud

The bestselling author of Freud A Life for Our Time now presents a remarkable journey through middle class Victorian culture The 19th century restrained aggressive behavior until ultimately, their aggressions exploded in WWI.
The Cultivation of Hatred the Bourgeois Experience Victoria to Freud The bestselling author of Freud A Life for Our Time now presents a remarkable journey through middle class Victorian culture The th century restrained aggressive behavior until ultimately their agg

  • Title: The Cultivation of Hatred - the Bourgeois Experience - Victoria to Freud
  • Author: Peter Gay
  • ISBN: 9780393033984
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About the Author

    Peter Gay

    The son of a glassware maker, Peter Joachim Fr hlich grew up in Germany as the Nazis rose to power Escaping in 1938 with the rest of his family on the last boat of refugees admitted to Cuba, he gained entry with them to the United States two years later, whereupon he changed his name to Gay He graduated from the University of Denver in 1946 and earned a master s and doctorate in history from Columbia University.Gay taught at Columbia from 1947 until 1969 In 1969 he joined the faculty at Yale University, where he taught until he retired as Sterling Professor of History in 1993 He was a former director of the New York Public Library s Center for Scholars and Writers from 1997 until 2003 Gay was the recipient of numerous awards, including the National Book Award and the received the American Historical Association s AHA Award for Scholarly Distinction.

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    • Cat said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:33 PM

      This five volume history of the victorian bourgeois follows a freudian schematic: the first volume dealt with love, the second with sex, and this volume with agression. This book was my favorite of the three I've read so far. Gay picks apart the Victorian penchant for cloaked agression with admirable scholastic fortitude. His discussion of Foucault's theory of prisons is a high light for this entire five volume set. His critique of what he calls the "social control" theorists is that they fail t [...]

    • Justin Brown said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:33 PM

      Delve into the period that produced such powerful one-liners as "survival of the fittest", and much of what prevails as racist ideology. This book is an investigation of the 19th century's tendancy to cloak and justify raw brutalism and violence towards non-europeans, women, and the disadvantaged through it's most civilized institutions. The origins of the holocaust are all right here.

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