If we see [our lives] from the outside, as the influence and popular dissemination of the social sciences and psychiatry has persuaded more and more people to do, we view ourselves as instances of generalities, and in so doing become profoundly and painfully alienated from our own experience and our humanity.
In every work of genius we recognize our own rejected thoughts: they come back to us with a certain alienated majesty.1841Essays: First Series,'Self-Reliance'.
The division of labour is nothing but the alienated establishment of human activity.1844 Collected in T B Bottomore (trans and ed) Early Writings (1964), p.181.
It is also a fact that people who are isolated and alienated in their neighborhoods as a result of the large number of neighbors who do not speak Norwegian, who do not follow the Norwegian customs, norms and way of life, could have psychosomatic disorders that can lead to both sickness leave and need for medical help.carl i. hagen
When a sinner has any just sense of his condition, as alienated from a holy God, he will not be apt to think of the unpardonable sin.ichabod spencer
There is what might be called a Catch-22 of hazardous occupations: The more hazardous the job, the more men; the more men, the less we care about making the job safer. The Catch-22 of hazardous occupations creates a 'glass cellar' which few women wish to enter. Women are alienated not just out of the fear of being hurt on the job, but by an atmosphere that can make a hazardous job more hazardous than it needs to be.warren farrell
"It is when the majorities are denied their right to participate in history as Subjects that they become dominated and alienated."paulo freire
I don’t need to praise anything so justly famous as Frost ’s observation of and empathy with everything in Nature from a hornet to a hillside; and he has observed his own nature, one person’s random or consequential chains of thoughts and feelings and perceptions, quite as well. (And this person, in the poems, is not the “alienated artist” cut off from everybody who isn’t, yum-yum, another alienated artist; he is someone like normal people only more so a normal person in the less common and more important sense of normal .)Randall Jarrell
If we see [our lives] from the outside, as the influence and popular dissemination of the social sciences and psychiatry has persuaded more and more people to do, we view ourselves as instances of generalities, and in so doing become profoundly and painfully alienated from our own experience and our humanity .Susan Sontag, “On Style,” Against Interpretation, p. 29
When a sinner has any just sense of his condition, as alienated from a holy God, he will not be apt to think of the unpardonable sin.Ichabod Spencer, p. 553. (Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895))
There is a relation belonging to this species of property, unlike that of the apprentice or the hired man, which awakens whatever there is of kindness or of nobility of soul in the heart of him who owns it; this can only be alienated, obscured, or destroyed, by collecting this species of property into such masses that the owner is not personally acquainted with the individuals who compose it.jefferson davis
When a population feels alienated from the legal system under which it lives, because that system fails to protect it from real dangers while lending succor and encouragement to every possible kind of wrongdoing, the population may well lose faith in the very idea of law. That is how civilization unravels.anthony daniels
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