Madness and Modernism: Insanity in the Light of Modern Art, Literature, and Thought. Louis Sass, Author Basic Books $30 (p) ISBN Madness and Modernism has ratings and 12 reviews. In this book, Louis Sass, a clinical psychologist, offers a new vision of schizophrenia, comparing it. Madness and Modernism: Insanity in the Light of Modern Art, Literature, and Louis A. Sass Modernism and its Discontents: Philosophical Problems of.
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In seeking to relate madness to modern aesthetics, Louis Sass has constructed an ambitious paradigm indeed. Notification of acceptance will be by Mmadness 4 April. Allie rated it liked it Jul 19, Zima – – Continuum. Ecology of the Brain Thomas Fuchs. Sass refuses to romanticize the schizophrenic as a heroic rebel, mystic, or passionate Wildman, arguing instead that this condition echoes many of the most alienating aspects of modern life.
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Madness and Modernism : Insanity in the Light of Modern Art, Literature, and Thought
The Separated Self Part Three: Thanks for telling us about the problem. A stunning revelation of the eerie likeness between schizophrenic insanity and the sensibility of modern art, literature, and thought, Madness and Modernism presents a vivid and highly original portrait of the world of the madman, along with a provocative commentary on modernist and postmodernist culture. Louis Arnorsson Sass No preview available – Sep 18, Michael Motta rated it it was amazing.
Languages of Inwardness Part Four: This rigorously argued, gracefully written book offers a startlingly new vision of schizophrenia, an illness long recognized as the greatest challenge to psychiatric or psychological understanding. It provides a portrait of the world of the madman, along with a commentary on modernist and postmodernist culture.
A symposium to celebrate, interrogate and reflect upon the significance and wide-ranging influence of Madness and Modernism will be held at Durham University on Friday 11 May Philosophy of Literature, Misc in Aesthetics.
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Madness and Modernism
Phenomenology saas a Form of Empathy. Sass, a clinical psychologist, explores the bizarre experiences of schizophrenia and related conditions through modeernism comparison with the works of various artists and writers, including Franz Kafka, Paul Valery, Samuel Beckett, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Giorgio de Chirico, and Marcel Duchamp, and by considering the ideas of philosophers such as Friedrich Nietzsche, William James, Martin Heidegger, Michel Foucault, and Jacques Derrida.
May 30, William Gortowski rated it it was amazing. Great book, very dense, lots of footnotes pages! Thinking Through Dementia Julian C.
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Toward the end Sass suggests that modern art and schizophrenia resemble each other because they are both products of modern culture. In fact, as I have argued before in these pages, this is precisely the case. Twenty-five years after the publication of Louis A.
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Modernism and its Discontents: Matthews points out in Surrealism, Insanity, and Poetry, diere is a vast difference between madness and the simulation of madness. Similar I’d imagine to ‘Anti-Oedipus’ a bit, which I intend to read soon, though this book is very even handed and consistently belabors its scientific and psychological facts without ever going over to the point of saying what it is obviously saying. To see what your friends thought of this moedrnism, please sign up.
Mar 04, Cypress Butane rated it it was amazing Shelves: There is no attempt to present an objective selection, which inevitably skews the results.
But definitely very interesting reading, completely engrossing.
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Mar 12, Derrik rated it it was amazing Shelves: Perception and Personality 2. Schizophrenia and Modern Culture Appendix: May 21, Lori added it. Here is a highly original portrait of the world of insanity, along with a provocative commentary on modernist and postmodernist culture.
Subscribe to our monthly listings of English events taking place across the North East. Sass is a past president of the divisions for psychology and the arts and also for philosophy and psychology of the American Psychological Association. Biomedical Fluid Dynamics Troy Shinbrot. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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