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I normally read a book a week.
A very enlightening book, I would recommend that anyone concerned with welfare of the vulnerable, particulary children, and our environment read this.
One blind spot is DeMeo's lumping of homosexuality into the category of an effect of the "patrist" repression of "healthy" heterosexuality.
I don't even have to read this book to know its a load of racist bulls***.Published 5 months ago by Emily Lounder
I dont understand why people are skeptical about reich and his work on character analysis. This is a pretty straight foward book. Its just an interesting read. Read it.
Every review here seems completely unaware that this book is rejected by the African cultures it claims to describe. It is also rejected by educated people across the world. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jack
Eurasia, Centralasia, Saharasia.
This three key words are the main notions for understanding our civilizations and root. Read more
Just started reading and I recall my early years in graduate studies. DeMeo is right, no mention of Wilhelm Reich in journals, textbooks...not even a reference. Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. D. Dlugosz
This ambitious, 454-page large-format book aspires to do no less than to
"change forever [our] way of looking at the world, [our] home
culture and current events. Read more
The 1950s template homophobia proves to me the problems with this book I was worried about. It sounds like the author has a fascinating basis for his arguments, the conversion of... Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by Selcuk Onat
Saharasia is well written and researched. Provides the answers to many questions, such as how does a relatively affluent society produce child abuse, violence towards women and... Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Jennifer
As orgonelab.org says, the findings from James DeMeo's Saharasia show that
* human violence is unnatural
* perpetual war is not inevitable
* humans are by... Read more