Political Correctness and the Destruction of Social Order: Chronicling the Rise of the Pristine Self

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“Howard Schwartz has done it again: He has written a book that lays bare the machinations of power hungry people committed to using political correctness to silence opposition. His theory of anti-Oedipal psychology is unquestionable, his rules of political correctness inarguable, and his ability to get to the heart of the matter unequaled. Howard’s emphasis on the ‘Pristine Self’ should both enlighten and shame the collective American intellect. Bravo.” (AWR Hawkins, PhD, Breitbart News)

“No institution on the planet is capable of providing the type of pristine, unconditional existence sought by many in today's universities.  It is simply unattainable because it is fantasy.  Schwartz is compelling and fearless in his psychological analysis of how reason, and reality itself, are under attack in places that were once bastions of free speech.  The final irony is that Schwartz’s work should be the subject of college courses, but would surely be banned as a thoughtcrime.” (James L. Knoll, IV, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University, USA)

“Howard Schwartz takes the exploration of political correctness to unusual depths. PC is not for (or against) particular opinions, it is an assertion of the supremacy of self over social and natural reality. Consequently, it is also a prescription for defeat in an unloving world that can never accommodate itself to all of our desires. As this book demonstrates, our universities have been abjectly surrendering to this delusion.” (Steve Balch,  Director of the Texas Tech Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and  founding President of the National Association of Scholars)

“Schwartz attempts to account for 'political correctness,' especially among young people on college campuses. He focuses on the social psychology of this pervasive and destructive phenomenon, through the lens of psychoanalytic theory.  There is simply no question that ‘political correctness’ on college campuses is wreaking havoc in ways that Schwartz addresses.” (Robert Jackall, Willmott Family Professor Sociology and Public Affairs, Williams College, USA)

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This book develops a psychoanalytic theory of political correctness and the pristine self, which is defined as a self touched by nothing but love. It explores the damage that political correctness can do to social order. Applications include the breakdown of social capital, the financial crisis, and Occupy Wall Street. Long an issue for conservatives, alarm over political correctness has now spread to the liberal side of the political spectrum. As Schwartz argues, all have reason to be concerned. The psychology that underlies political correctness has the potential to be extremely destructive to social organization on every level. Schwartz discusses the primitive roots of political correctness and, through the use of case studies, shows its capacity for ruination. The book focuses on a transformation in the idea of the self, and specifically the rise of the pristine self. The problem is that, in truth, the world does not love us. This puts the pristine self at war with objective reality.

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