Social Amnesia: A Critique Of Contemporary Psychology
Russell Jacoby defines social amnesia as society's repression of remembrance--society's own past. In this book, Jacoby excavates the critical and historical concepts that have fallen prey to the dynamic of a society that strips them both of their historical and critical content. Social Amnesia is an effort to remember what is perpetually lost under the pressure of society....more
Published January 1st 1997 by Transaction Publishers
(first published January 28th 1975)
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