11 edition of The politics of cruelty found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HV8593 .M55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||93034406|
Cruelty as a Political Tool In his book cited above, Alfred McCoy shows how the Central Intelligence Agency's extensive research on torture led to . The politics of cruelty: an essay on the literature of imprisonment. [Kate Millett] There are individual chapters on Stalin's gulags, the Nazi death camps and Iraq. This book seeks to explain why torture has been Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with.
Talk-radio host Hugh Hewitt, who is supporting Donald Trump in this year’s election, was subject to the cruel streak months ago while moderating a GOP debate. “A year ago you told me on my radio show—the audio and transcript are out there on YouTube—that you would release your tax returns,” Hewitt said to Trump. Given the political context of the time, with hatred and violence against Jews being rampant, Max clearly finds Liesel’s kindness to be extraordinary. Meanwhile, the concentration camps linger unseen in the background of the book as the most extreme example of cruelty.
Bob Herbert Op-Ed article says Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has raised politics of cruelty to high art; notes that he backed off from his decision to evict psychiatric center from city-owned building Author: Bob Herbert. PART I – Debating Cruelty Chapter 1: Two Questions about Cruelty Chapter 2: Three Perspectives on Cruelty Chapter 3: Two Questions about Liberalism of Fear PART II – Cruelty in the History of Thought. Chapter 4: No Pain, No Gain. The Understanding of Cruelty in Western Philosophy Chapter 5: The Politics of Cruelty: On Sade and Nietzsche.
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“The Politics of Cruelty is perhaps her strongest book since Sexual Politics.” - Catharine Stimpson “A political, philosophical, historical, and aesthetic record of the best in the human spirit―in luminous resistance to the worst of modern times.”Cited by: Influential feminist writer Kate Millett (―) was the author of numerous books including Sexual Politics, The Politics of Cruelty, Flying Sita, The Basement, and The Loony Bin Trip.
Millett was a founder of the Millett Center for the Arts in Poughkeepsie, New York/5(2). The Politics of Cruelty: An Essay on the Literature of Political Imprisonment.
In Kate Millett's brilliant new book, her most important since the ground-breaking Sexual Politics, a work which forever changed our understanding of the interdependence of the political and the personal.
The Politics of Cruelty: An Essay on the Literature of Political Imprisonment. It is, in the words of the noted Iraqi dissident Kanan Makiya, "a passionate, heroic effort The politics of cruelty book fathom the nature of a phenomenon that all too often drains us emotionally and incapacitates us intellectually."/5.
The legal and routine torture of criminals was abolished in the 19th century, Millett (The Loony-Bin Trip,etc.) maintains; but torture made a comeback in the 20th century against political enemies of the state, and now half the world's countries use torture to control and intimidate their own citizens.
Cruelty as a Political Tool. In his book cited above, Alfred McCoy shows how the Central Intelligence Agency’s extensive research on torture led to. The authoritarian tendencies evident in the Trump campaign and administration are framed by the idea of a “politics of cruelty,“ drawing on Judith Shlkar’s idea of the ”liberalism of fear,” current research using authoritarianism theory, and arguments concerning the impact of the political theology of white Christian by: 4.
The politics of cruelty Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on Janu Pages: The Politics of Cruelty is perhaps her strongest book since Sexual PoliticsCatharine Stimpson From the Back Cover In Kate Millett's brilliant new book, her most important since the ground-breaking Sexual Politics, a work which forever changed our understanding of the interdependence of the political /5(3).
"A political, philosophical, historical, and aesthetic record of the best in the human spirit-in luminous resistance to the worst of modern times." -- Robin Morgan "The Politics of Cruelty is perhaps her strongest book since Sexual Politics." -- Catharine Stimpson "Powerfully written, with passages of clear and deeply felt insight."/5(38).
The Politics of Humiliation A Modern History Ute Frevert. Looks at the role that public humiliation has played in modern society; Shows how humiliation has been used as a means of coercion and control, from the worlds of politics and international diplomacy through to the education of children and the administration of justice.
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Norton & Company $23 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Instead, it’s brought cruelty. Grounded in a white conservative Christian tribalism, many of the recent policies coming out of Washington, D.C., and Austin reveal a politics of cruelty.
Politics books 'We are witnessing the politics of humiliation' – Siri Hustvedt, Joyce Carol Oates and more on the US election his open cruelty toward women, minorities and disabled people Author: Guardian Staff. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
Books to Borrow. Top The politics of cruelty: an essay on the literature of political imprisonment Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : out of 5 stars Review of The Politics of Cruelty Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 November The strength of this book is the way in which it links the state practice of torture in a number of countries; travelling from the Russian Gulag to Auschwitz to Reviews: 3.
Cruelty and reaction are seen as a necessary pretext for political communication: all appeals to “the people” must begin from the assumption that people in general are venal, tight-fisted and Author: Lynsey Hanley.
The Politics of Cruelty is perhaps her strongest book since Sexual Politics. — Catharine Stimpson A political, philosophical, historical, and aesthetic record of the best in the human spirit—in luminous resistance to the worst of modern times. — Robin Morgan/5(2). A common view of evil sees dehumanisation as fundamental.
Yale psychologist Paul Bloom argues, however, that the picture may not be so simple. The most callous acts of cruelty and evil involve recognising the human feelings of the victim, their ability to feel shame and humiliation.
The abolition of torture in one area, criminality, was a triumph for reform and the rights of the individual against the state, but its reappearance in another area, political dissent and subversion, is a greater triumph for state power over individual rights.The Politics Of Cruelty is the first full-length album by hardcore/ metal band Gay for Johnny was released on November 5, Track listing "Cumpassion" – "You Have A Theory, I Have A Gun" – "Belief In God Is So Adorable" – Genre: Hardcore/Metal.The book also reveals the movement's internal She convincingly argues that the movement has been much more successful than it has been given credit for, in part because widespread historical amnesia forgets the successes of early activists in changing popular opinion about animal welfare (and later animal rights) and building sufficient public 4/5.