2 edition of Revolutionary immortality found in the catalog.
Robert Jay Lifton
Includes bibliographical notes.
|Series||A Vintage book -- V-474|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 178 p.|
|Number of Pages||178|
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Revolutionary Immortality is, I would judge, an essential study of Communist China; more than that, it is an original, intellectually exciting, gracefully written and wholly accessible essay on an aspect of human individual and mass psychology as it operates in contemporary revolutionary circumstances around the world.” ―Eliot Fremont-Smith Cited by: Lifton, Revolutionary Immortality, preface and ch Lifton, Revolutionary Immortality, chapters and references.
Chapter 1. Lifton critiques the classic Kremlinological approach to the analysis of Chinese Communist Party leadership by what he calls ‘an increasing coterie of China-watchers.’.
In Robert Lifton, Associate Professor of Psychology at Yale, published a second edition of his work entitled "Revolutionary Immortality: Mao Tse-tung and the Chinese Cultural Revolution." The book chronicles the history and philosophical foundations of China's Cultural Revolution as well as the Great Leap Forward collapse/5.
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Revolutionary Immortality is, I would judge, an essential study of Communist China; more than that, it is an original, intellectually exciting, gracefully written and wholly accessible essay on an aspect of human individual and mass psychology as it operates in contemporary revolutionary circumstances around the world.” —Eliot Fremont-Smith Pages: Lifton suggests that the Maoists are trying to achieve ""symbolic immortality"" through their identification with an ongoing revolution.
He posits anxieties about the death of Mao and the death of the revolution (implying that Russia, the U.S.
and ""revisionist"" policy are merely subjective threats). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lifton, Robert Jay, Revolutionary immortality. New York, Random House  (OCoLC) Named Person.
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Lifton's book Revolutionary Immortality, while it is psychologistic in approach, could be making a valid point concerning Mao's desire to guarantee the future of the revolution after his death, by bringing forth a new revolutionary generation through the Cultural Revolution. Leslie Marchant's idea that Chinese communism is a millenarian.
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Revolutionary Lyrics: *Men talking* / Yo load the fuck up (locked and loading) / You too (locked and loading sir) / Remember break that window when that cop comes in / And blow that motherfuckers head.This book examines a particular fascination with the dream of immortality and the place of science and fiction in its pursuit in Russia during roughly a decade that followed the country’s political revolutions of It argues that contemporary scientific experiments aimed at the control over life, death, and disease inspired many Russian writers to conduct their own literary experiments Author: Nikolai Krementsov.