The Politics Of Experience by R.d. Laing

The Politics Of Experience

byR.d. Laing

Paperback | August 12, 1983

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R.D. Laing is at his most wickedly iconoclastic in this eloquent assault on conventional morality. Unorthodox to some, brilliantly original to others, The Politics of Experience goes beyond the usual theories of mental illness and alienation, and makes a convincing case for the "madness of morality." Compelling, unsettling, consistently absorbing, The Politics of Experience is a classic of genuine importance that will "excite, enthrall, and disturb. No one who reads it will remain unaffected." (Rollo May, Saturday Review)

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R.D. Laing was born in Scotland and studied medicine at the University of Glasgow, where he later taught. He served as a psychiatrist and physician for the army and public clinics before turning to private family pratice as a psychoanalyst in the 1960s.Dr. Laing wrote several books, including The Divided Self, Reason and Violence, The ...
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Title:The Politics Of ExperienceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 6.9 × 4.2 × 0.5 inPublished:August 12, 1983Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:039471475X

ISBN - 13:9780394714752

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Unorthodox to some, brilliantly original to others, The Politics of Experience goes beyond the usual theories of mental illness and alienation, and makes a convincing case for the 'madness or morality.'

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"Stunning . . . I am overpowered by the challenges he dares to make to what has become a rather conventional profession. I can only hope that he will be heard, and heard respectfully."
—Robert Coles, The New Republic