Item Detail

Item Number 3595
Title New Barbarians & The Downfall Of Authenticity, The
Author Panayotopoulos, J.M.
Condition NF/VG+
Publisher Vantage Press
Place Published New York
Date Published 1977
Edition 1st US Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing. NF/VG+. Translated from the Greek by Maria P. Hogan and Signed/Inscribed by her "To the dear old friends Mr and Mrs Smith, very lovingly dedicated. Your friend, Maria Hogan, 1978" The book has black paper over boards binding with gilt lettering on spine. It is clean, straight and tight with slight wear to edges in the spine area. The dustjacket is clean, crisp and bright. It has slight wear to edges and folds and two small, mended tears at the bottom spine. In 'The New Barbarians' the author analyzes the effect of 20th century growth of scientific knowledge and communications on man's intellectual independence and on the values of the establishment. In 'The Downfall of Authenticity' he integrates the protest of the young in the 60's with the social and intellectual changes of the last decades. ; 8 x 5.5 inches; 94 pages
LoC or ISBN 053302899X
Keyword(s) J. J. Panayotopoulos,Maria P. Hogan,History,Social History,Philosophy
Category(ies) Biographies Politics Government War,History Travel Exploration Places
Price $40.50