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Author Biography: Richard Schmitt is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Brown University. He now teaches at Assumption, Becker and Worcester State Colleges as an adjunct. Born in Germany, of Jewish parentage, he arrived in the U.S. in 1946. Best known for his introductory texts to Heidegger and to Marx and Engels, he has written widely about Existentialism and Political Philosophy. Alienation-a topic at the intersection of Existentialism and Political Philosophy-has been a lifelong concern of his.
|1||Alienation and Freedom||1|
|2||The History of the Concept of Alienation||17|
|3||Alienation and the Human Condition||41|
|4||The Social Roots of Alienation||79|
|5||Alienation Limits Freedom||113|