The Myth of Equality, John O'Loughlin
John O'Loughlin

The Myth of Equality

'The Myth of Equality' opens up the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism in relation to the connection between culture and race as they, in turn, are conditioned by environment, and further extends the basic gender-conditioned distinction between nature and nurture (or psychic artifice) to include the effects of nature upon psyche and of psyche, conversely, upon nature or, as I would now say, soma. All in all, this book debunks simple equalitarian reductionism, whether of the humanistic or non-humanistic varieties, and shows that there is a whole lot more at stake than might at first meet the eye, especially when that eye has been blinkered, as it were, by social conditioning not unrelated to ethnic factors.
66 printed pages
Original publication



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