This book demonstrates how and why morality can result in extremist
behavior and advocates what the author calls critical idealism' as
a way of life. The author discusses radical elements of the
feminist, civil rights, and medicalist' movements as examples of
the contemporary drift toward intolerance and incivility and
demonstrates how idealism can contribute to misleading and
dangerous behavior in some cases but in the right hands can result
in positive social action.
Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers
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Melvyn L. Fein
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