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Author: Jaap Harskamp
Socio-cultural criticism is the continuous assessment and evaluation of developments within democratic society and hence a vital ingredient of democracy itself. Departing from the French Revolution, this study focuses upon a tradition of European criticism. On the whole, critics accepted that technological advance was irreversible but they opposed the assumption that this implied general progress. Instead, they stressed the negatives: class conflict, erosion of tradition, mechanization of life, fragmentation of society, loss of cultural differentiation. The approach is exclusively text-orientated. The result is a multi-coloured mosaic depicting an image of what has moved, confused or dismayed the European mind over a period of a century and a half. The intensity of concern has shaped our contemporary thought, awareness and outlook.

In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency
In: The Anatomy of Despondency