Między Kalifornią hippisów a paryskimi studentami. Kilka uwag o przystosowaniu i buncie
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The author considers the origins of the contestation of the “old” man that gained ground in Europe and the United States in the second half of the twentieth century. Showing the stages of the transformations that took place in Western societies throughout the last century, he reflects on, among others, the role of the work ethic and the effects of its rejection by countercultural movements of the 1960s. The author investigates the possible connections between the postulates of the sexual revolution and the theses of “gender ideology” intensively propagated in the first decades of the present century.