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Paul Goodman ; September 9, — August 2, was an American novelist, playwright, poet and psychotherapist, although now best known as a social critic, anarchist philosopher, and public intellectual. Though often thought of as a sociologist, he vehemently denied being one in a presentation in the Experimental College at San Francisco State in , and in fact said he could not read sociology because it was too often lifeless. The author of dozens of books including Growing Up Absurd and The Community of Scholars , Goodman was an activist on the pacifist Left in the s and a frequently cited inspiration to the student movement of that decade. A lay therapist for a number of years, he was a co-founder of Gestalt Therapy in the s and s.
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Paul Goodman ; September 9, — August 2, was an American novelist, playwright, poet and psychotherapist, although now best known as a social critic, anarchist philosopher, and public intellectual. Though often thought of as a sociologist, he vehemently denied being one in a presentation in the Experimental College at San Francisco State in , and in fact said he could not read sociology because it was too often lifeless.
The author of dozens of books including Growing Up Absurd and The Community of Scholars , Goodman was an activist on the pacifist Left in the s and a frequently cited inspiration to the student movement of that decade.
A lay therapist for a number of years, he was a co-founder of Gestalt Therapy in the s and s. His father left the family prior to his birth, making Paul their fourth and last child, after Alice and Percival Their mother worked to support the family as a women's clothes traveling saleswoman , which left Goodman to be raised mostly by his aunts and sister in New York City. Goodman attended New York City public schools, where he was a "good student" and came to associate himself with Manhattan.
Goodman performed well in literature and languages during his time at Townsend Harris Hall High School , and graduated in He started at City College of New York the same year, where Goodman majored in philosophy, was influenced by philosopher Morris Raphael Cohen , and found an intellectual circle of what would be lifelong friends.
He graduated with a bachelor's in Goodman wanted to make a career as a writer and so lived with his sister Alice while writing poems, plays, and stories. He did not keep a regular job, but taught drama at a Zionist youth camp during the summers through , and audited Columbia University graduate philosophy classes.
In , Goodman became a literature and philosophy graduate student at the University of Chicago. He served as a research assistant and part-time instructor before taking his prelims in literature in Goodman was an active bisexual by this part of his life, though he entered a common law marriage with Virginia Miller between and and begat a daughter, Susan, in In , he returned to writing in New York and was published in Partisan Review.
In , he published a book of stories as The Facts of Life and appeared in libertarian journals such as Politics , Why? The same year, Goodman started what would become a year common law marriage with Sally Duchsten, a secretary, that would last until his death.
Their son, Mathew Ready, was born in In , Goodman began to participate in psychoanalytic therapy and was a popular yet "marginal" figure in New York bohemia. The next year, he published Communitas , a book on urban planning written with his brother Percival, and the academic book Kafka's Prayer.
He spent and writing in New York and published The Break-Up of Our Camp , stories from his experience working at summer camp. In the early s, he continued with his psychoanalytic sessions and began his own occasional practice, which he continued through Goodman taught in Black Mountain College and was dismissed for reasons related to his bisexuality. Throughout the late s, Goodman continued to publish in journals including Commentary , Dissent , Liberation , and The Kenyon Review.
The Living Theatre staged his theatrical work. A comprehensive edition of Goodman's multi-volume novel The Empire City was published in Goodman became famous with his social criticism book Growing Up Absurd , which in turn brought him wealth and academic opportunities.
He purchased a farm outside of North Stratford, New Hampshire , which he used as an occasional home. In , he released his critique of academia The Community of Scholars , and collections of both his poetry The Lordly Hudson and his previous articles Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. He published his "memoir-novel" Making Do that year, followed by Compulsory Mis-education in and People or Personnel , a treatise on decentralization, in Goodman participated in the s counterculture war protests and draft resistance while continuing to lecture.
Students invited him to teach at San Francisco State College in His son, Mathew, died in a mountaineering accident in , which led to a prolonged depression. He taught in London and at the University of Hawaii , and produced a collection of critical broadcasts he had given in Canada as Like a Conquered Province , a set of stories as Adam and His Works , and another poetry book, Hawkweed.
His health began to fail due to a heart condition, and he died of a heart attack in New Hampshire on August 2, Little Prayers and a collection of his poetry that he had been compiling were both published after his death. As a child, Goodman freely roamed the streets and public libraries of his native New York City, experiences which later inspired his radical concept of "the educative city".
He was not officially awarded his PhD until , for a dissertation which was later published by the University of Chicago Press as The Structure of Literature.
In , Goodman was removed from his University of Chicago faculty position for issues pertaining to his open bisexuality and affairs with students. Goodman was a prolific writer of essays, fiction, plays, and poetry. Although he began writing short stories by , his first novel, The Grand Piano , was not published until It was later subsumed as Book One of his longest novel, The Empire City , which he continued to publish in sections until it was finally issued in one volume by Bobbs-Merrill in In the mids, together with C.
Wright Mills and others, he contributed to Politics , the journal edited during the s by Dwight Macdonald. Though he continued to write and publish regularly throughout the next two decades, a wider audience, and a degree of public recognition, came only with the publication of his Growing Up Absurd: Problems of Youth in the Organized Society.
Goodman was strongly influenced by Otto Rank 's "here-and-now" approach to psychotherapy, fundamental to Gestalt therapy, as well as Rank's post-Freudian book Art and Artist Goodman wrote on a wide variety of subjects; including education, Gestalt Therapy, city life and urban design , children's rights , politics, literary criticism , and many more.
In an interview with Studs Terkel , Goodman said "I might seem to have a number of divergent interests — community planning, psychotherapy, education, politics — but they are all one concern: how to make it possible to grow up as a human being into a culture without losing nature. I simply refuse to acknowledge that a sensible and honorable community does not exist. He was equally at home with the avant-garde and with classical texts, and his fiction often mixes formal and experimental styles.
The style and subject matter of Goodman's short stories influenced those of Guy Davenport. In , Goodman's son Matthew died in a mountain climbing accident. Paul's friends claimed that he never recovered from the resulting grief, and his health began to deteriorate. He died of a heart attack at his farm in New Hampshire just before his 61st birthday.
He was survived by his second wife, Sally, as well as two daughters. While Goodman himself described his politics as anarchist, his sexuality as bisexual , and his profession as that of " man of letters ", Hayden Carruth wrote "Any page of Paul Goodman will give you not only originality and brilliance but wisdom — that is, something to think about. He is our peculiar, urban, twentieth-century Thoreau , the quintessential American mind of our time.
Paul Goodman was an outspoken critic of contemporary educational systems as can be seen in his books  Goodman thought that a person's most valuable educational experiences occur outside the school. Participation in the activities of society should be the chief means of learning. Instead of requiring students to succumb to the theoretical drudgery of textbook learning, Goodman recommends that education be transferred into factories, museums, parks, department stores, etc.
The ideal schools would take the form of small discussion groups of no more than twenty individuals. As has been indicated, these groups would utilize any effective environment that would be relevant to the interest of the group.
Such education would be necessarily non-compulsory, for any compulsion to attend places authority in an external body disassociated from the needs and aspirations of the students. Moreover, compulsion retards and impedes the students' ability to learn. Progressive Era. Repression and persecution.
After having been a strong advocate of the student movement during most of the s, Goodman eventually became a staunch critic of the ideological harshness the New Left embraced toward the end of the decade. In New Reformation , his tenth book of social criticism , he argued that the "alienation" and existential rage of s youth had usurped all their worthwhile political goals e. For instance, after a hostile exchange with student radicals who had heckled him "heatedly and rudely" at a campus appearance in , Goodman wrote, "suddenly I realized that they did not believe there was a nature of things.
They had learned so well that physical and sociological research is subsidized and conducted for the benefit of the ruling class that they were doubtful that there was such a thing as simple truth, for instance that the table was made of wood—maybe it was plastic imitation I had imagined that the worldwide student protest had to do with changing political and moral institutions, and I was sympathetic to this.
But I now saw that we had to do with a religious crisis. Not only all institutions but all learning had been corrupted by the Whore of Babylon , and there was no longer any salvation to be got from Works. After a life of revolutionary revelry and social criticism, Goodman's likening of the youth revolt in the s to the Protestant Reformation of made up the crux of his belief about American modernity in the late s: "It is evident that, at present, we are not going to give up the mass faith in scientific technology that is the religion of modern times; and yet we cannot continue with it, as it has been perverted.
So I look for a 'New Reformation. The Congress aimed at "creating a genuine revolutionary consciousness by fusing ideology and action on the levels of the individual and of mass society". Laing , and with those of Norman O. The freedom with which he revealed, in print and in public, his romantic and sexual relations with men notably in a late essay, "Being Queer "  , proved to be one of the many important cultural springboards for the emerging gay liberation movement of the early s. He viewed sexual relationships between males as natural, normal, and healthy.
In discussing his own sexual relationships, he acknowledged that public opinion would condemn him, but countered that "what is really obscene is the way our society makes us feel shameful and like criminals for doing human things that we really need.
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Of course it often parades both these qualities with Goodman's characteristic offhand flashiness: the names, the theories, the occasionally sentimental confessions, the repetitions, the surprising quotations and misquotations are all there. By now Goodman can probably take his own verbal mannerisms for granted like facts of history, and there is no reason why his reader shouldn't also, especially since "how people actually speak"- Goodman's being as good an example of actual speech as any- is what this book is about. Poetry, he adds, is improved common speech, although I think that this is only partly true. The special formality of writing is not always the equivalent of speaking out. Nevertheless the reasons he prefers speaking to linguistic theory as an adequate description of verbal behavior are impressively demonstrated. It is not that Goodman cannot follow the linguists but rather, he contends, that they cannot follow him- or any common speaker of the language for that matter.
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During the wave of radicalism which swept college campuses in the s, students who believed they could trust no one over thirty made an exception for Paul Goodman. Journalists have noted that Goodman was the only writer consistently quoted by the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley. According to George Steiner, "Goodman's is about the only American voice that young English pacifists and nuclear disarmers find convincing. He in turn saw the students as "the major exploited class," whose education is for the most part a waste of time. He was what Michael Harrington calls "a devotee of that genuinely American cult of experience in which the natural man refuses to obey, or rather, seeks to destroy conventional society.
Paul Goodman — was an American author and public intellectual best known for his s works of social criticism. 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.
Communitas was first written in the early s and edited in for its publication in Chicago the next year. A revised edition was published in in New York.
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Так записано в его медицинской карточке. Он не очень-то об этом распространялся.