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Author: Donald M Lowe
ISBN: 0226494284
Pages 206 pages
Publisher University of Chicago Press (1982)
Language English
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History of Bourgeois Perception book.

Donald M. Lowe studies the history of perception, tracking the transformation in the modern West from the bourgeois society of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries until the bureaucratic society of consumption in the twentieth. If you’re interested in phenomenology and Marxism, this is a good read for you.

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Lowe draws upon a wide range of sources, including government and labor studies and statistics, diagnostic and statistical manuals on mental illness . Lowe is the author of History of Bourgeois Perception.

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Bruce Lerro Author: Forging Promethean Psychology: From the Middle Ages To The End of the 19th century

This is very provocative book with a very misleading title. Lowe's history of perception predates capitalism and actually goes all the way back to the Middle Ages. It is sweeping in its scope and anticipates the work of Constance Classen and David Howes on the history of the senses. Furthermore, connects the history of the senses to the history of communication---from oral, to manuscript to the printing press. Lowe does all this in barely 200 pages! This is a wonderful supplement to a textbook on western civilization. My criticisms are that it lacks a dialectical spirit and tends to see the evolution of west in a lopsidedly pessimistic way. Secondly, like many academic books written under the grip of postmodernism, it makes no effort to explain the causes of the movements between senses, forms of communication, and psychological life. In my own work I use much of Lowe's research but try to draw out causes.
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Donald M. Lowe studies the history of perception, tracking the transformation in the modern West from the bourgeois society of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries until the bureaucratic society of consumption in the twentieth. If you’re interested in phenomenology and Marxism, this is a good read for you.