The Crowd And The Mob: From Plato To Canetti

The Crowd And The Mob From Plato To Canetti This study defines theories of the crowd from ancient times to the s It reveals how the anti democratic bias of treating the ruled as a mob has crept unconsciously into the histories of political

  • Title: The Crowd And The Mob: From Plato To Canetti
  • Author: John S. McClelland
  • ISBN: 9780043201886
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • This study defines theories of the crowd from ancient times to the 1960s It reveals how the anti democratic bias of treating the ruled as a mob has crept unconsciously into the histories of political thought.

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    1. In a majestic and opinionated review of crowd theory through the ages, McClelland a gives a useful summary of formative crowd theories the ancient Greeks, Machiavelli s love of the mob, Scipio Signele s criminological view and Gabriel Tarde s theory of imitation, Le Bon s best selling warning against the crowd, Freud s group cathexis, Canetti s crowd as refuge and b sometimes seems to go off on tangents about the political instantiation of crowd theory, as for instance in Montesquieu and his inf [...]


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