Paul Goodman

Paul Goodman (1911–1972) was an American author and public intellectual best known for his 1960s works of social criticism. Born to a Jewish family in New York City, Goodman was raised by his aunts and sister and attended City College of New York. As an aspiring writer, he wrote and published poems and fiction before attending graduate school in Chicago. He returned to writing in New York City and took sporadic magazine writing and teaching jobs, many of which he lost for his outward bisexuality and World War II draft resistance. Goodman discovered anarchism and wrote for libertarian journals. He became one of the founders of Gestalt therapy and took patients through the 1950s while continuing to write prolifically. His 1960 book of social criticism, ''Growing Up Absurd'', established his importance as a mainstream cultural theorist. Goodman became known as "the philosopher of the New Left" and his anarchistic disposition was influential in 1960s counterculture and free school movement. His celebrity did not endure far beyond his life, but Goodman is remembered for his principles, outré proposals, and vision of human potential. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1966
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1968
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1977
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1971
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1973
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1984
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by Goodman , Paul
Published ca1968
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by Goodman , Paul
Published [1967]
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1968
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1964
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1964-1969
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1962
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1967
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1970
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1995
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by Goodman , Paul
Published ca1955
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by Goodman , Paul
Published 1965
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