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Author: Antonio Escohotado
ISBN: 8420604046
Publisher: Alianza (March 1993)
Language: Spanish
Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
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e-Book Historia General de Las Drogas (Seccion Humanidades) (Spanish Edition) epub download

by Antonio Escohotado



Ilustrada con más de 300 imágenes, Historia general de las drogas es un libro único en la bibliografía Esta magna obra reúne en un solo volumen todos los textos sobre drogas escritos por el filósofo Antonio Escohotado y completa el enfoque histórico con el fenomenológico mediante un apéndice que examina las principales drogas descubiertas, tanto legales como ilegales. Ilustrada con más de 300 imágenes, Historia general de las drogas es un libro único en la bibliografía mundial por su precisión y profundidad.

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The General History of Drugs (Historia general de las drogas 3 volume set, 1989, Alianza). The Book of Poisons (El libro de los venenos, 1990, Alianza). Translated partially or completely into English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Bulgarian and Czech. The Spirit of Comedy (El espíritu de la comedia, 1991, Anagrama Essay Award - Premio Anagrama de Ensayo). Learning from drugs: uses and abuses, prejudices and challenges (Aprendiendo de las drogas: usos y abusos, prejuicios y desafíos, 1995, Anagrama).

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Justie
The author is a teacher of humanities, philosophy and literature in the university of Madrid. He's more than sixty years old and has past a part of his youth in the USA between 1960-70 when he knew the pop culture; he declares in this essay and in other places as the TV that he has been an habitual consumer of all the drugs, legal or not, from his twenties. He's sincere because says he doesn't have the best state of health, but claims that some habits as excessive work, drinking, junk food etc are as dangerous if not more than opiates f. e. And in this way supports that he is neither a deliquent nor an ill or addict, but that if drugs have undesirable effects these come by the modern illegalization and the adulteration and affirms that its use has been customary with the humanity from the night of the times and a private matter turned in a public problem by the governments and religious chiefs, and alludes to famous personalities that were private consumers: Julio Cesar, Baudelaire, Von Bismarck, of Quincey, even the general Franco, as he was wounded in the Moroccan Wars. Summing up, a book strongly debatable, and though Escohotado possess a good knowledge on history, literature, philosophy and mythology, his ideas on pharmacology are readings from second hand, since he's a man of letters and not an experimental scientist (if we have exception of his own person). This isn't a simple divulgation handbook as usual today, but an essay of high level for people with criterion where every reader must decide for himself.
Gtonydne
This is simply the best book in any language written about drugs, as complex and intricate as the "Golden Bough." As a drug history it is simply superb. As philosophical treatise, it is even better.

One distinguishing mark of genius is the ability to ask an intelligent question. Escohotado asks: Why are some users of some drugs persecuted? The answer, which will surprise you, is resolved in some 1500 pages of dense and uncompromising history. This brilliant polymath has done nothing less than organize, collate and study in-depth the history of the various uses (both profane and sacred) of nearly every major drug (legal and illegal) through society after society over the last 5000 years.

The only thing it lacks, sadly enough, is an English edition. He is not for everyone; Escohotado is an acquired taste. His castellano is a guilty pleasure. He makes you work for every insight but such exhilarating moments of Zen-like "Aha!" abound throughout this work. It is an absolute must for anyone who wishes to make informed judgments based upon facts and who is not content with the easy opinions or cheap propaganda of the day.

Finally, I must add that Antonio Escohotado lives and teaches presently in Madrid, enjoys excellent health for his age (mid 60s) with his wife and daughter and never apologizes for drugs or anything else for that matter. Indeed, he could be said to swear by the ancient Greek maxim: "Medicine in the hands of fools is poison; poison in the hands of the wise is medicine." As he writes in the introduction, to try to add a moral dimension to drug use is as foolish as trying to speak of "guilty and innocent sunrises." Drugs are merely useful or not useful and it is primarily but not exclusively dosis that makes the difference between remedy and venom. Far from being an out-of-touch intellectual, Escohotado (like few others) has actually dared to take the time and trouble to experimentally and scientifically ingest the drugs he writes about so that his work is grounded in personal experience, as well. A must for every discerning reader. The mediocre and fearful should flee to the ignorance and safety of their empty caves.
EXIBUZYW
This is the most comprehensive and complete encyclopaedia on drugs to date. The author is a liberal Spanish magistrate with impressive legal, historical and pharmacological knowledge on drugs. In Spanish language.