The Modern Predicament

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  • Paperback
  • 149 pages
  • The Modern Predicament
  • George Scialabba
  • English
  • 23 June 2018
  • 0983197563

About the Author: George Scialabba

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The Modern Predicament Nonfiction Politics Literary Criticism THE MODERN PREDICAMENT is George Scialabba s second essay collection, following his acclaimed WHAT ARE INTELLECTUALS GOOD FOR Pressed Wafer, 2009 In 23 compact, lucid essays ranging across philosophy Kierkegaard, Nietzsche , literature D H Lawrence, T S Eliot , history Michael Foucault, Christopher Lasch and politics Michael Harrington , Scialabba poses a number of searching questions, directly and eloquently, continually returning to one Is moral progress possible, and at what price In her introduction Barbara Ehrenreich writes, As long as we exist as a species, we ll be debating what constitutes morality and virtue, and we could hardly have a better guide than George Scialabba James Woods hails THE MODERN PREDICAMENT as a stimulating encounter with one of America s best all round intellects. Download The Modern Predicament – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Modern Predicament

  1. Peter Landau says:

    Received wisdom can be insidious Accepting something as true sets a course that can lead to all manner of unhappiness Not that happiness is a guarantee in life, but why add to the misery It helps to challenge, be skeptical and run it through the ringer before striking that bell George Scialabba offers a litmus test in due diligence with his collection of essays and reviews, THE MODERN PREDICAMENT As the title says, the book is unified in its perception of modernity through various lenses, i Received wisdom can be insidious Accepti...

  2. Jim Golmon says:

    Another terrific collection by George Scialabba.