Grief's existential interest

Even in the rich western democracies, it seems that man is hurting his life like never before. And where is it going? Neither religion, tradition, working class nor family seem to be able to fulfill the need for meaning anymore. What about work? Work is my identity, we say. But now it seems that the work is also about to crack. As if the performance and acceleration community not only save on stress, pseudo-work, and endless identity-hunting, but on an escape and a compensation?

It is now rumored that we are living in the "century of grief" – and perhaps the depression – that began with the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Grief groups are shooting. . .



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