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Description Cynicism began as a school of philosophy that was largely inspired by Socrates and often decried by popular commentators as a social pathology, a nihilistic rebellion against the foundations of civilization. S marked it as to-read May 15, Amanda marked it as to-read Jan 31, Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 2 of 2.
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Cutler does a great job of providing the reader with just enough background information about the different aspects of cynicism and the role it played in ancient societies as a way of observing the world. Chapter One establishes the foundations of classical Greek cynicism, while later chapters illustrate the varied faces of the cynic phenomenon in the persons of such disparate characters as Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Diogenes, the Dadaists, George Bataille, Samuel Beckett, Auberon Waugh, the creators of South Park, and others.
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Cynicism From Diogenes To Dilbert
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Nietzsche is portrayed as the most important representative of both classical and postmodern cynicism, as well as the pivotal link between the two.
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