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Saving Society: Breaking Out of Our Bureaucratic Way of Life
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Saving Society: Breaking Out of Our Bureaucratic Way of Life (Paperback)

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Why do many problems throughout the world seem to be getting worse? Saving Society argues that a dramatic change in our mode of thinking is required. The authors show how many of our fundamental assumptions lead to an overly bureaucratic approach, blocking solutions to many of our problems. They contrast our present emotional repression and conforming behaviour with a more liberated form of perception, thought and emotional expression, which could allow us to break out of these bureaucratic routines.Saving Society shows how this alternative approach might lay the basis for more effective and democratic institutions.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesSociologySocial theory Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd Publication Date: 20/12/2012 ISBN-13: 9781594517778  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Bernard Phillips was a student of C. Wright Mills. He taught at the Universities of North Carolina, Illinois and Boston. David Christner has worked closely with Bernard Phillips for a decade in an effort to help fulfill the aims of the Sociological Imagination Group. He is the founder of World Health Advanced Technology, which focuses on the development and testing of enercel, a substance used for achieving biofunctional health.

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