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AB95: The Philosophy Issue
(May/June 2011)

Featured during this issue:

artistic Director: Pedro Inoue
Tzvetan Todorov on American torture
Darren Fleet discusses this generation’s “apocalypse”
We discover America’s function in Egypt’s darkish past
Pentti Linkola’s view on inhabitants control
Micah White demands revolution opposed to American decadence
Michael Löwy explores advertising’s impact on our health
We ask: What concerns in lifestyles? What issues in demise?

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But now he began to feel diminished, relegated to a feminine role, especially since his wife made considerably more money than he did and continued to progress in her profession. His Irish Lineality was having an impact on his assessment of the situation; he needed to exert his authority in the family in spite of his strong, consciously held investment in Individualism and egalitarianism—the American value orientations that he was consciously committed to. It was only after his accident and our “uncovering” therapeutic sessions that he was able to be come fully aware of this conflict and to do something about it.

Looking again at the Irish-American value orientation profile in the relational area, note that the second-order preference is Collaterality, or Interdependence. This orientation is evident in the propensity of Irish-Americans to function occupationally within bureaucratic organizations. They are disproportionately represented in the police departments and fire departments as well as in large industrial corporations in this country. Michael’s father’s occupation is consistent with this pattern.

In a real sense, however, although he lived in the college dormitories, he never left home. He visited his parents regularly and remained connected to his Irish-American friends who lived in his old neighborhood in South Boston. In fact, he formed a rock group with some of them. When he finished college, he found himself increasingly involved in music as a career. He wrote music and IRISH-AMERICAN CULTURE 25 performed regularly at clubs in the Boston area with his rock group. They gradually expanded their business to include performing at weddings.

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