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Propaganda by Jacques Ellul
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Feb 05, 2008

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bookshelves: class, non-fiction
Recommended for: those interested in the development of the modern psyche
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While it is clear that at times Ellul has no bloody clue what he's talking about in a factual sense, his ideas are intriguing. The proposed chicken-and-egg quandary is especially engaging--as one begins to read more they are compelled to examine their current situation. How much does propaganda effect us? To what extent is thought genuinely independent? Philosophic questions with a spin.

One certainly starts to look at things a little differently after being exposed to the ideas presented here.

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