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Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture

Dollimore, Jonathan

Published by Routledge (1998), New York, 1998
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orig.boards Minor rubbing. A label to rear cover. VG. 24x15cm, xxxii,384 pp Contents: The Ancient World: Eros & Thanatos: Change & Loss in the Ancient World; 'All Worlds Fail Through Weariness': Ecclesiastes; Escaping Desire; Christianity, Gnosticism & Buddhism; Mutability, Melancholy & Quest: The Renaissance: Fatal Confusions: Sex and Death in Early Modern Culture; ' Death's Incessant Motion'; Death & Identity; 'Desire is Death': Shakespeare; Social Death: The Denial of Death? Degeneration & Dissidence; Between Degeneration & the Death Drive: Joseph Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness'; Modernity & Philosphy: The Authenticty of Nothingness: The Philosophical Embrace of Death: Hegel; Heidegger, Kojève & Sartre; The Desire Not to Be: Late Metaphysics & Psychoanalysis: Dying as the Real Aim of Life: Schopenhauer; Freud: Life as Detour to Death; Renouncing Death: The Philosophy of Praxis & Emanciation: Feuerbach, Marx, Marcuse; The Aesthetics of Energy: Fighting Décadence: Nietzsche Against Schopenhauer & Wagner; Ecstacy & Annhilation: Georges Bataille; In Search of Potency: D.H.Lawrence; Death & the Homoerotic: Wrecked by Desire: Thomas Mann; Promiscuity & Death; The Wonder of the Pleasure. Minor rubbing. A label to rear cover. VG. Bookseller Inventory # 011171

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Title: Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture

Publisher: Routledge (1998), New York

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hardcover

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