Authenticity: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life
David Boyle guides us through the next big thing in Western living -- the determined rejection of the fake, the virtual, the spun and the mass-produced, in the search for authenticity.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cliffagogo - LibraryThing
The idea of humanity shying away from technical and artificial things is hardly new, but Boyle explains and articulates his theories on natural and ‘unspun’ ways of life with hearty enthusiasm. Read full review
Review: Authenticity: Brands, Fakes, Spin And The Lust For Real LifeUser Review - Stevphen Shukaitis - Goodreads
This is an OK book. Does a nice job at exploring the many different facets of the desire for authenticity and the politics that go along with this. Personally I'd rather get my calls to insurgent and creative life from Vaneigem or someone with a bit more panache and flair. Read full review