The masterless: self & society in modern America

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University of North Carolina Press, 1994 - Philosophy - 366 pages
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'Liberty is all every well, but men cannot live without masters. There is always a master. And men in glad obedience to the master they believe in, or they live in a frictional opposition to the master they wish to undermine...' -D.H. Lawrence

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Contents

Grand Review
9
Paradoxes of Antebellum Individualism
40
The Prisonhouse of Self
74
Copyright

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