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The Psychology of Totalitarianism (MP3 CD)

The Psychology of Totalitarianism By Mattias Desmet, Dan Crue (Read by) Cover Image
By Mattias Desmet, Dan Crue (Read by)


We bear witness to loneliness, free-floating anxiety, and fear giving way to censorship, loss of privacy, and surrendered freedoms. It is all spurred by a singular, focused crisis narrative that forbids dissident views and relies on destructive groupthink. Totalitarianism is not a coincidence and does not form in a vacuum. It arises from a collective psychosis that has followed a predictable script throughout history, its formation gaining strength and speed with each generation?from the Jacobins to the Nazis and Stalinists?as technology advances. Governments, mass media, and other mechanized forces use fear, loneliness, and isolation to demoralize populations and exert control, persuading large groups of people to act against their own interests, always with destructive results. In The Psychology of Totalitarianism, world-renowned Professor of Clinical Psychology Mattias Desmet deconstructs the societal conditions that allow this collective psychosis to take hold. By looking at our current situation and identifying the phenomenon of "mass formation"?a type of collective hypnosis?he clearly illustrates how close we are to surrendering to totalitarian regimes.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798212998208
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Publication Date: June 16th, 2022
Language: English

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