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Mad Men and Philosophy Nothing Is as It Seems

ISBN-10: 0470603011
ISBN-13: 9780470603017
Edition: 2010
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Book details

List price: $15.50
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 5/28/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Lara Hoffmans specializes in managing high net worth clients. She is the Senior Content Editor at Fisher Investments, and coauthored with Ken Fisher the bestsellers The Only Three Questions that Count and The Ten Roads to Riches.

Acknowledgments: "I Think We Need to Salute That!"
Introduction: "A Thing Like That"
"People May See Things Differently, But They Don't Really Want to": Mad Men and Problems of Knowledge and Freedom
What Fools We Were: Mad Men, Hindsight, and Justification
"People Want to Be Told What to Do So Badly That They'll Listen to Anyone": Mimetic Madness at Sterling Cooper
Capitalism and Freedom in the Affluent Society
"There is no Big Lie, There is no System, the Universe is Indifferent": Mad Men and the Problem of Meaning
Pete, Peggy, Don, and the Dialectic of Remembering and Forgetting
The Existential Void of Roger Sterling
Egoless Egoists: The Second-Hand Lives of Mad Men
An Existential Look at Mad Men: Don Draper, Advertising, and the Promise of Happiness
"And you know what Happiness is?": Mad Men and Ethics
"In on It": Honesty, Respect, and the Ethics of Advertising
Creating the Need for the New: "It's Not the Wheel. It's the Carousel."
"You're Looking in the Wrong Direction": Mad Men and the Ethics of Advertising
Is Don Draper a Good Man?
Don Draper, on How to Make Oneself (Whole Again)
"No One Else is Saying the Right thing About this": Mad Men and Social Philosophy
"And Nobody Understands That, but You Do": The Aristotelian Ideal of Friendship among the Mad Men (and Women)
Mad Women: Aristotle, Second-Wave Feminism, and the Women of Mad Men
"We've Got Bigger Problems to Worry about Than TV, Okay?" Mad Men and Race
"New York City Is a Marvelous Machine": Mad Men and the Power of Social Convention
Appendix: It's Not a List of Titles and Air Dates; It's an Episode Guide
Contributors: Some Real Mad Men and Women
Index: Client Files Lifted from Sterling Cooper

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