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Mainly the futility of seeking local solutions to global, systemic problems. To get at bzuman bit you need you must separate it from the waste and rubbish.

Also he certainly has some valid poinst. He presents an allegory from Franz Kafka “of the subterranean shelter which an unnamed safety-obsessed animal spent its life designing, digging and endlessly perfecting only to deepen the terror that kept it working” p.

Henrik rated it really liked it Dec 21, As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. Provocative, beautifully written buman. But today there aren’t these extra spaces so the wasted lives are crowded in cities and are refugees who are a problem we need to solve.

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Sep 02, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Case dj point, the many slums built on top of the garbage heaps here in Manila, where so many people scrounge for anything to live on. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.

Change is now its own justification. He adds the idea that modernity by definition involves an attempt to improve society through design. The only content we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content eg. Just like trash, we discard those who we perceive won’t benefit our lives. And we all know the consequences of such a designation.


This results in continuous production of collateral casualties of modernity. One question a reader is left to ponder is whether or not people better prefer to throw out yesterdays product or if they find more joy in buying new items.

As if more than twenty centuries of history had not been enough to prove the opposite is virtually always the case. As other reviews have stated, global problems often are unmoved by individualized solutions.

Feb 29, Lisa rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 26, Eric Aguirre rated it it was amazing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Real issues such as a tight housing market and massive unemployment in the cities — as causes of homelessness, youth loitering and drug epidemics – are overlooked in favour of policies associated with discipline, containment and control. However, this book does not provide deep analysis into the reason why modernity came to take this form; this book is more about its effects.

Wasted Lives: Modernity and Its Outcasts

Feb 11, Jorge Caballero rated it really liked it. Life had cycles and there was a sense of progress within these cycles. View all 7 comments. But Capitalism is better compared to a mine than to a farm. Theglobal spread of the modernity has given rise to growing quantitiesof human beings who are deprived of adequate means of survival, butthe planet is fast running out of places to put them.

Where I found this most interesting and most challenging was around the notion of the infinite. Surely, they must be worth more to him in his creation than we are? Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Oh, by the way, I am not really interested in answers to these questions — that would be like you supplying me with answers to why Harry Potter should have had dark hair.


Unfortunetaly, now the rich sift through the garbage for anything valuable before it even makes it to the slums.

Wasted Lives: Modernity and Its Outcasts by Zygmunt Bauman

Zygmunt Bauman was a world-renowned Polish sociologist and philosopher, and Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Leeds. Urban ghettos, refugee camps, and prisons, which are such waste-disposal mechanisms, remind us of our own vulnerability and insecurity, which is the real reason underneath our hatred against them.

This book provides an analysis of the modern world’s recent problem: Lists with This Book. Social problems are increasingly criminalized.

And as with mining, so with Capitalism. Several great concepts articulating what we already know: Search for a book to add a reference. It is fundamentally that which is not needed, but that is necessary in producing things that are necessary.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. You may think he was being cynical or perhaps even ironic — ei he was perfectly serious. But as modernization has reached the furthest lands ofthe planet, ‘redundant population’ is produced everywhere and alllocalities have vtie bear the consequences of modernity’s globaltriumph. Nov 24, Henrique Cassol rated it it was amazing. He discusses the notion xi an infinite God and how the Biblical God required His followers to fully submit to His will to gain His favour.

We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. Christophe Andrades rated it really liked it Dec 25, You raise a sheep and it produces many sheep. Such is the grinding necessity of averages. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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