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One question a reader is left to ponder is whether or not people baumaj prefer to throw out yesterda Bauman writes his argument as if he were teaching a graduate seminar course.
Nice and thought provoking, but the two central chapters seemed too repetitive to me. Theglobal spread of the modernity has given rise to growing quantitiesof human beings who are deprived of adequate means of survival, butthe planet is fast running out of places to put them.
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But as modernization has reached the furthest lands ofthe planet, ‘redundant population’ is produced everywhere and alllocalities have to bear the consequences of modernity’s globaltriumph.
Now, the global spread of the modern way of life has reached the furthest limits of the planet, and the global production of human waste needs to be locally taken care of. There is no exclusion in the infinite — the infinite includes all.
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This is a short, succinct essay on the problem of waste managment and disposal in our modern times. They are now confronted with the need to seek – buaman vain, it seems – local solutions si globally produced problems. Real issues such as a tight housing market and massive unemployment in the cities — as causes of homelessness, youth loitering and drug epidemics – are overlooked in favour of policies associated with discipline, containment and control.
Another good book by Bauman – and a little more focussed than usual. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But we ignore the consequences that are already playing out dl terms of mental illness and general fear. Designs always involve waste, and thus any ‘designed society’ will involve wasted lives.
Social problems are increasingly criminalized. The problem now is that the world is full. See 1 question about Wasted Lives…. I will have to check out his other books on modernity. As long as large parts of the world remained wholly or partlyunaffected by modernization, they were treated by modernizingsocieties as lands that were able to absorb the excess ofpopulation in the ‘developed countries’.
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Refresh and try again. Zygmunt Bauman was a world-renowned Polish sociologist and philosopher, and Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Scartoo. Bauman writes his argument as if he were teaching a graduate seminar course. Very nice introduction, I liked the references to Calvino, and very nice ending, comparing museums to graveyards and giving an insight on the consumism on our personal relationships. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Wasted Lives: Modernity and Its Outcasts
Published December 30th by Polity Press first published January 7th Slag and environmental destruction seem inevitable consequences of mining. This results sarto continuous production of collateral casualties of modernity. But what is particularly interesting here is that Bauman talks of this as people submitting to God as a means of overcoming their fear of the infinite — the uncaring infinity against which we are nothing. And it is challenging in ways that will have me thinking about the implication of some of what he has to say for many weeks and months to come.
Trivia About Wasted Lives: This book provides an analysis of the modern world’s recent problem: However, this book does not provide deep analysis into the reason why modernity came to take this form; this book is more about its effects. Jun 13, Hyokun Yun rated it really liked it.
And as with mining, so with Capitalism.