By Sam Ladkin,Robert McKay,Emile Bojesen
This e-book diagnoses the counter-intuitive results of the rhetoric of worth. It posits that the auditing of values pervades the cloth of people’s work-lives, their schooling, and more and more their daily adventure. The booklet uncovers figures of resentment, disenchantment and alienation fostered by way of the dogma of worth. It argues as an alternative that worth judgments can behave insidiously, and comprise aesthetic, moral or ideological values essentially against the “value” they purportedly identify and describe. the gathering includes contributions from top students within the united kingdom and US with contributions from anthropology, the heritage of artwork, literature, schooling, musicology, political technological know-how, and philosophy.
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