The Right to Sanity
by John O'Loughlin


Overview - 'The Right to Sanity' is yet another of John O'Loughlin's cyclical works of aphoristic purism, which goes to the roots of Western insanity and offers both an explanation of and alternative to the dilemma of what he calls the paradoxical primacy afflicting modern society which, granting undue prominence to the inorganic, has the effect of twisting moral and other evaluations towards an anti-natural perspective in which ugliness passes for beauty and falsity for truth, to name but two categories.  Read more...

 
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Overview
'The Right to Sanity' is yet another of John O'Loughlin's cyclical works of aphoristic purism, which goes to the roots of Western insanity and offers both an explanation of and alternative to the dilemma of what he calls the paradoxical primacy afflicting modern society which, granting undue prominence to the inorganic, has the effect of twisting moral and other evaluations towards an anti-natural perspective in which ugliness passes for beauty and falsity for truth, to name but two categories. Also of especial note in this book is an attack on what the author likes to think of as the delusion of curved space in relation to spatial space, and his solution not only to the nature of space as something divisible between straight and curved, but to the division of time, volume, and mass (to move beyond space-time clich s) along similar gender-based, albeit element-conditioned, bipolar lines.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781502749628
  • ISBN-10: 1502749629
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2014
  • Page Count: 52
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.18 pounds


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