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The Aristos By John Fowles

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Two years after "The Collector", John Fowles set out his ideas on life in "The Aristos". He argued that he was trying to define an ideal of human freedom in an unfree world with his views on pleasure and pain, beauty and ugliness, Christianity, humanism, existentialism and socialism.
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The Aristos by John Fowles

Two years after "The Collector" had brought him international recognition and a year before he published "The Magus", John Fowles set out his ideas on life in "The Aristos". The chief inspiration behind them was the fifth century BC philosopher Heraclitus. In the world he saw in constant and chaotic flux the supreme good was Aristos. Fowles argued that he was trying to define an ideal of human freedom in an unfree world. He called a materialistic and over-conforming culture to reckoning with his views on a myriad of subjects - pleasure and pain, beauty and ugliness, Christianity, humanism, existentialism and socialism.

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GOR001203863
The Aristos by John Fowles
John Fowles
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pan Macmillan
1993-03-12
224
0330322931
9780330322935
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