The Sovereign Individual

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The Sovereign Individual
Author : James Dale Davidson
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Language : English
Release Date : 26 August 1999
ISBN : 9780684832722
Pages : 454 pages
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The authors identify both the likely disasters and the potential for prosperity inherent in the advent of the information age.

The Sovereign Individual

The authors identify both the likely disasters and the potential for prosperity inherent in the advent of the information age.

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Blood in the Streets

The authors discuss a new way of judging and interpreting global events as the necessary context of investment strategy

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The Sovereign Individual

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In this sequel to their acclaimed The Dominant Ideology Thesis, the authors develop their analysis of the social and cultural underpinnings of modern capitalism. They confront a central assumption of western culture: namely, that the individual is sovereign, and that capitalism above all other economic forms depends on individualism. These

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We  the Sovereign

What does it mean for the people to actually rule? Formal democracy is an empty and cynical shell, while the nationalist Right claims to advance its anti-democratic project in the name of ‘the People’. How can the Left respond in a way that is true to both its radical egalitarianism

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This book presents a new intellectual history of neoliberalism through the exploration of the sovereign consumer. Invented by neoliberal thinkers in the interwar period, this figure has been crucial to the construction and legimitization of neoliberal ideology and politics. Analysis of the sovereign consumer across time and space demonstrates how

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Present-day Americans feel secure in their citizenship: they are free to speak up for any cause, oppose their government, marry a person of any background, and live where they choose—at home or abroad. Denaturalization and denationalization are more often associated with twentieth-century authoritarian regimes. But there was a time

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Bertrand de Jouvenel examines the relationship between the distribution of power and the creation of an ethical society.

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