9 edition of Consuming pleasures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -215) and index.
|LC Classifications||PN1992.8.S4 H39 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||97016851|
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[Daniel Horowitz] -- "How is it that American intellectuals, who had for years worried about the deleterious effects of affluence, more recently began to emphasize pleasure, playfulness, and symbolic exchange as the.
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Many of the cherished assumptions of genre criticism may need to be revised in light of this book's findings." -- Andrew Ross, NYUPages: The Politics and Pleasures of Consuming Differently: Better Than Shopping Consumption and Public Life: : Soper K, Kate Soper, Martin Ryle, Lyn Thomas: BooksAuthor: Soper K.
Eating for Pleasure, Not Hunger, Activates the Brain 'Hedonic hunger,' or the desire to eat for taste and pleasure triggers the body's reward system and. Praise “Pleasure Consuming Medicine is written in a clear, eloquent style which makes it pleasing to read.A highlight of Race’s book is the clear narrative personality that helps tie together the themes of the chapters, which, while all on the themes of medically approved or illegal drug consumption, address quite disparate aspects of these issues.”Author: Kane Race.
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"Consuming Pleasures offers a brilliant survey of major transatlantic thinkers. Horowitz is an accomplished historian who has mastered, in stunning depth and breadth, the literature on each of his principal : Daniel Horowitz.
The ‘Book of Pleasures’ is bound to be tainted with the life of intellectualism, separate thought which rules over the body and oppresses it. But the lie that we each carry can be dissolved only by doing exactly what we want to do, without qualm or hesitation. Are people simply not reading for pleasure anymore and consuming.
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