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The Denial of Death is a book by American cultural anthropologist Ernest Becker. The author builds on the works of Søren Kierkegaard, Sigmund Freud, Norman O. Brown, and Otto Rank to discuss the psychological and philosophical implications of how people and cultures have reacted to the concept of death. .
ISBN: ; Titel: Dödens problem; Författare: Becker’s The Denial of Death was published in He received the Pulitzer prize for general non-fiction posthumously in , two months after his death. The basic premise of The Denial of Death is that human civilization is ultimately an elaborate, symbolic defense mechanism against the knowledge of mortality.
In bold contrast to Becker’s project can be divided into three parts: 1. an outline of a unique problem that faces all human beings the reconciliation of which informs our drives and motives 2. Common solutions we use to address this problem 3. And an analysis of society through the framework built upon 1 and 2.
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by Ernest Becker First published December 31st Sort by Format Editions Showing of 62 The Denial of Death (Paperback) Published May 8th by Free Press First Free Press Paperbacks Edition, Paperback, pages more details Want to Read Rate this book 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.
Dödens problem / översättning av Ernest Becker (Septem – March 6, ) was an American cultural anthropologist and author of the Pulitzer Prize -winning book, The Denial of Death. Biography Early life Ernest Becker was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, to Jewish immigrant parents.
Becker, Ernest. Dödens problem / Becker’s objects of study are the psychology of denying mortality, and the field of psychoanalysis itself. Its chosen structural dichotomies are some of the big ones: life and death, health and illness, acceptance and denial.
Philippe Ariés: Döden: föreställningar och seder Ernest Becker, född 27 september i Springfield i Massachusetts, död 6 mars i Burnaby i British Columbia, var en judisk-amerikansk kulturantropolog och författare. Han är känd för den Pulitzerpris -vinnande boken, Dödens problem, från