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The Individualized Society
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Table of Contents

Foreword: Lives Told And Stories Lived. Part One: The Way We Are.

Chapter 1. The Rise And Fall Of Labour.

Chapter 2: Local Orders, Global Chaos.

Chapter 3: Freedom And Security: The Unfinished Story Of A Tempestuous Union.

Chapter 4: Modernity And Clarity: The Story Of A Failed Conquest.

Chapter 5: Am I My Brother's Keeper?.

Chapter 6. United In Difference.

Part Two: The Way We Think.

Chapter 7: Critique - Privatized And Disarmed.

Chapter 8: Progress: The Same And Different.

Chapter 9: On Mass, Individuals, and Peg-Communities.

Chapter 10: Education: Under, For And In Spite Of Postmodernity.

Chapter 11: Excess: An Obituary.

Chapter 12: Faith And Instant Gratification.

Part Three: The Way We Act.

Chapter 13: Does Love Need A Reason?.

Chapter 14: Private Morality, Immoral World.

Chapter 15: Democracy On Two Battlefronts.

Chapter 16: Violence, Old and New.

Chapter 17: On Postmodern Uses Of Sex.

Chapter 18: Is There Life After Immortality?

About the Author

Zygmunt Bauman (1925-2017) was Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Leeds.

Reviews

'These books mark an important advance in Bauman's project. He seems to be trying to bring the intellectuals back into the game, twitting them for their passivity. Bauman wants social critics to take a more active role, taking a lead by showing how the relationships between individuals and society and between the private and public spheres may be rearticulated and the spirit of the agora restored to social and political life.' British Journal of Sociology

'This provocative, interesting, and engaging book is recommended for upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.' Choice

"His work is essential reading for those political theorists who feel part of their task is to elaborate relevant and compelling normative critique." Contemporary Political Theory

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