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The Hierarchies of Cuckoldry and Bankruptcy by Charles Fourier
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Feb 26, 12

Read in February, 2012

This can be a handy handbook for those who are into the Occupy movement as well as being a jealous lover. Two subject matters all in one volume. Or maybe they're related to each other? Nevertheless Charles Fourier (1772-1837) was a philosopher who had a deep interest and concern for Society of his time and age. And of course, none of this have been dated at all. "Cuckoldry" and "bankruptcy" is both an unfaithful wife and economy. The two roads to ruin!

Fourier was much admired by Marx, Barthes, Walter Benjamin, The Situationists, and The Surrealists - and one can see why. Fourier has a very dry wit, and he also has a clear headed view on the culture of marriage and banking. The one big sour note in this book is that he wasn't much of a fan of the Jews. Because Jews were the bankers, blah blah. But still, don't throw the bath water out of the tub, or whatever that saying is. Wakefield Press, the publisher, is a remarkable press. Their books are small, but large in importance. I would buy their publications blindly. Please look over their site at http://wakefieldpress.com/index.html
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