CHRISTOPHER LASCH LA CULTURA DEL NARCISISMO PDFJune 19, 2020
La cultura del narcisismo. Front Cover. Christopher Lasch. Bompiani QR code for La cultura del narcisismo Author, Christopher Lasch. Edition, 4. Publisher. La cultura del narcisismo. L’individuo in fuga dal sociale in un’età di disillusioni collettive. Front Cover. Christopher Lasch. Bompiani, – Social values – Get this from a library! La cultura del narcisismo. [Christopher Lasch] — Recoge: El movimiento por la apertura de conciencia y la invasión social del self;.
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I read this book and thought I did. View all 16 comments. Lasch, on the evidence of this book, is the American Adorno. He christopyer in a christoopher style; each sentence is perfectly formed, but often not so well connected to the preceding and following sentences. Finally, this is Major Theory. He is not ‘making a space for conversation’ or ‘analyzing oa or adding one brick narcksismo the great Academic Wall. He has a theory that late twentieth century life is really messed up, he traces out how we got to be like we are and laech about how we could stop being that way.
And his theory does seem to explain an awful lot. In short, the conjunction of progressive liberalism and capitalism destroys traditional forms of life without providing any satisfactory replacement. Since people can no longer rely on those traditional forms, we feel a at a loss, homeless, as if the world is out to crush us, but also, b we’re completely and increasingly dependent on the world.
Our psychological defense against this is to become ‘narcissistic,’ reliant upon others for praise to boost our self-esteem. That praise needn’t be genuine, in fact, it’s usually better if it’s not, since then there’s no danger of our becoming dependent upon anyone. Relationships seem to require co-dependence, rather than friendship or love. It’s increasingly difficult for us to become mature adults. Nonetheless, Lasch doesn’t seem to be advocating a return to feudalism or anything.
Socialism – not bureaucracy, but the human control of the economy, state and society – is his chosen solution to these problems.
The fhristopher problem with the book is that it’s all a little Freudy. If you’re allergic to Freud, as many people seem to be, you’ll find that pretty off-putting. But there’s not a whole lot of the really whacky Oedipus stuff. Instead, it’s all id uncontrolled instinct and terrifying super-ego crushing guilt and self-loathing.
You can and should cherry-pick chapters, even if you don’t like Freud. The second problem is that this is not a book for people who don’t know about sociology and psychology as traditions of thought. In that way he’s like Adorno too- this isn’t popular non-fiction, whatever else it is.
How it became a best-seller I’ll never know. I do think that someone who’s done a good job with a core undergraduate education should be able to muddle through and get the point; but how many people have done that? This is frustrating, because I want to recommend it to everyone I know. And if I do that, half of my friends will think I’ve become a knee-jerk conservative, one quarter will say ‘oh Justin, up to his commie tricks again,’ and the other quarter will roll their eyes and wish I wasn’t such an elitist.
Well suck it up, friends- I’m a conservative, socialist, elitist. Maybe I just like this book because I already agreed with it. Description from Robert Reich: The narcissist divides society into two groups: What do you think? Now this is fun. Published inthis is a classic “curmudgeon book”.