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The romantic ethic and the spirit of modern consumerism

Author: Colin Campbell
Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell, 1989.
Series: Ideas
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Aiming to develop a new theory of consumerism and a new interpretation of the cultural history of modern society, this treatise discusses how fashion and addiction to novelty have their cultural  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Colin Campbell
ISBN: 0631169415 9780631169413 0631155392 9780631155393
OCLC Number: 636133941
Description: 301 S.
Contents: The Spirit of Modern Consumerism; accounting for the consumer revolution in 18th century England; the puzzle of modern consumerism; traditional and modern hedonism; modern autonomous imaginative hedonism; the Romantic ethic; the other Protestant ethic; the ethic of feeling; the aristocratic ethic; the Romantic ethic.
Series Title: Ideas
Responsibility: Colin Campbell.

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