Notes

NOTES TO CHAPTER ONE
1
Carl Oglesby, in A Prophetic Minority, by Jack Newfield (New York, New American Library, 1966), p. 19.
2
Leslie Farber, The Ways of the Will (New York, Basic Books, 1965), p. 48.
3
Anthony Storr, Human Aggression (New York, Atheneum, 1968), p. 85.
4
Ibid.
5
Ibid., p. 88.
6
Personal communication.
7
Kenneth Keniston observes a parallel point, namely that the problems of our day bear down most heavily not upon the stupid and the bland, but upon the intelligent. "The sense of being inescapably locked in a psycho-social vise is often most paralyzing to precisely those men and women who have the great- est understanding of the complexity of their society, and who therefore might be best able to plan intelligently for its future." The Uncommitted: Alienated Youth in American Society (New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1960).
8
Sir Herbert Read, Icon and Idea: The Function of Art in the Development of Human Consciousness (Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1955).
9
Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Sense and Non-Sense (Evanston, Ill., North- western University Press, 1964), p. 21.
10
Ibid.
11
Aeschylus, Agamemnon, from The Complete Greek Tragedies, eds. David Grene and Richmond Lattimore (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1953), p. 71.
12
Ibid., p. 70.
13
The fact that pornography and other aspects of sexuality were also present in the Victorian period, as shown by Steven Marcus in The Other Victorians (New York, Basic Books, 1964), does not invalidate my thesis. In such a com- partmentalized society there would always be repression which would come out in the underground in proportion to the blocking off of vital drives.
14
Published as The Meaning of Anxiety (New York, Ronald Press, 1950).
15
See May, The Meaning of Anxiety, pp. 6-7.
16
The drama that most clearly heralded the demise of the Horatio Alger values of work and success by which most of us had gotten our sense of in- dividual identity and significance was Death of a Salesman, published by Arthur Miller in 1949. Willy Loman's basic trouble was, in Miller s words, that

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  • Foreword *
  • One - Introduction: Our Schizoid World *
  • Part I - Love *
  • Two - Paradoxes of Sex and Love *
  • Three - Eros in Conflict with Sex *
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