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A passion for ignorance : what we choose not to know and why / Renata Salecl.

By: Salecl, Renata.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Princeton and Oxford : Princeton University Press, cop. 2020Description: 195 str. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780691195605.Subject(s): Ignorance (Theory of knowledge) -- Social aspects | epistemologija društveni aspekti | teorija znanja društveni aspektiAdditional physical formats: Online version:: A passion for ignoranceSummary: "Drawing on philosophy, social and psychoanalytic theory, popular culture, and her own experience, Salecl explores how the passion for ignorance plays out in many different aspects of life today, from love, illness, trauma, and the fear of failure to genetics, forensic science, big data, and the Incel movement-and she concludes that ignorance is a complex phenomenon that can, on occasion, benefit individuals and society as a whole"--
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Bibliografija: str. 175-187. - Kazalo

"Drawing on philosophy, social and psychoanalytic theory, popular culture, and her own experience, Salecl explores how the passion for ignorance plays out in many different aspects of life today, from love, illness, trauma, and the fear of failure to genetics, forensic science, big data, and the Incel movement-and she concludes that ignorance is a complex phenomenon that can, on occasion, benefit individuals and society as a whole"--

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