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War Dance : A Study Of The Psychology Of War

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Bringing into his discussion basic concepts of psychology and sociology, Mr. Howe charges the reasons for war to basic interpersonal relationships. Deflating the highflown terminology in the use of which many national leaders revel, more to obscure than to illuminate, the author comes to grips with the fundamental problems of anxiety, aggressiveness, guilt, and the forces of war.

Eloquently reasoned, the book, published in 1937, never forgets it's place in the wider context of a turbulent world on the edge of another world war, and so offers an interesting chance to relate a contemporary psychological analysis of war.

Hardback book in good condition. There is an inscription on the front free end paper dated 1941. There is some foxing throughout the book in line with it's age, but the text is clean and the spine is tight.

Item details

Author(s):
E. Graham Howe
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1937
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Faber and Faber
Title:
War Dance

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Bringing into his discussion basic concepts of psychology and sociology, Mr. Howe charges the reasons for war to basic interpersonal relationships. Deflating the highflown terminology in the use of which many national leaders revel, more to obscure than to illuminate, the author comes to grips with the fundamental problems of anxiety, aggressiveness, guilt, and the forces of war.

Eloquently reasoned, the book, published in 1937, never forgets it's place in the wider context of a turbulent world on the edge of another world war, and so offers an interesting chance to relate a contemporary psychological analysis of war.

Hardback book in good condition. There is an inscription on the front free end paper dated 1941. There is some foxing throughout the book in line with it's age, but the text is clean and the spine is tight.

Author(s):
E. Graham Howe
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1937
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Faber and Faber
Title:
War Dance

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