The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism

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Index
Abel, Lionel, 143n
Abortion, 332-333, 337, 344
Abstinence, 63-64, 69
Abstract expressionism, 39, 96, 106
Abstraction, disjunction of vocabularies, 96-98
Absurd, sense of the, 121
Acceleration, Adams' law of, 152-154
Accumulation of capital, 230-232, 243
Ackerman, James, 39
Acquisitiveness, 283
Action painting, 39, 116, 124-125
Activity theory of knowledge, 110-111
Ada ( Nabokov), 138
Adams, Henry, 105, 152-154
Addison, Joseph, 57
Administrative structure, inadequacy of present, 195
Advanced industrial society, 203; economic power of, 27-28
Adversary culture, 40-41, 45
Advertising, 68-69, 294-295, 298-299
Aesthetic distance, 123; eclipse or breakup of, 110, 116, 117, 295; see also Distance, eclipse of
Aesthetic justification of life, 50, 51
Aesthetic perception or experience, modernism and, 47-50
AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children), 322
Affirmative action, 332, 334
Affluent Society, The ( Galbraith), 80
AFL-CIO, 78n
Africa, 205, 215, 216, 331
African-Americans. See Blacks
Against Interpretation ( Sontag), 129
Age of the Avant Garde, The ( Kramer), 135n
Agrarian movements, 319
Agricultural productivity, 193, 198n
Alberti, Leon Battista, 108, 110n, 111
Algeria, 82, 231
Alienation, 86, 87; of intelligentsia, 181; rediscovery in 1950s of, 43; of youth, 189- 191, 199
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 66
Allen, Woody, 311
Alloway, Lawrence, 72
Altman, Robert, 295
Altruism, 286
America and the Young Intellectual ( Stearns), 61n
American Challenge, The ( Servan-Schreiber), 212
American Dream, An ( Mailer), 138
American Revolution, 335
American Style, The ( Morison), 251n
Americanism, 281
America's Coming-of-Age ( Brooks), 56, 61
Anarchism, 6, 140, 141
Anarchy, 5
Anaximander, 98n
Ancient Economy, The ( Finley), 222n
Anderson, Sherwood, 74
Andrews, P. W., 237n
Anthropology, 302, 303
Anthropology Today ( Tax, ed.), 105n
Anti-cognitive and anti-intellectual mood of 1960s, 84, 121, 122
Antigone, 133, 165
Anti-Illusion: Procedures/Methods ( Monte and Tucker), 126n
Anti-Saloon League, 64
Antinomianism, 53, 60
Anti-Semitism, 333
Apocalyptic vision, 7, 8, 51, 137-139
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 103
Appetites. See Wants
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 110n
Architecture, 106, 107, 284, 297, 299-300
Arendt, Hannah, 45, 123, 124, 129, 135
Aristocracy, 310
Aristotle, 22, 97, 110n, 163, 211-224, 278; on citizenship, 336; on equality, 265n, 295n; household management in view of, 221-224, 252; polis in philosophy of, 252, 256; the realization of form in, 296
Armey, Richard, 320
Arminianism, 57

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