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سيكولوجية الجماهير

يرى المؤلف أن الجماهير لا تعقل، فهي ترفض الأفكار أو تقبلها كلا واحداً، من دون أن تتحمل مناقشتها. ومايقوله لها الزعماء يغزو عقولها سريعاً فتتجه إلى أن تحوله حركة وعملاً، ومايوحي به إليها ترفعه إلى مصاف المثال ثم تندفع به، في صورة إرادية، إلى التضحية بالنفس. إنها لا تعرف غير العنف الحادّ شعوراً، فتعاطفها لا يلبث أن يصير عبادة، ولا تكاد تنفر من أمر ما حتى تسارع إلى كرهه.
وفي الحالة الجماهيرية تنخفض الطاقة على التفكير، ويذوب المغاير في المتجانس، بينما تطغى الخصائص التي تصدر عن اللاوعي.
وحتى لو كانت الجماهير علمانية، تبقى لديها ردود فعل دينية، تفضي بها إلى عبادة الزعيم، وإلى الخوف من...
Recommended by Brendan Moynihan, and 1 others.

Brendan MoynihanLooks at how groups of people can get caught up in these mass manias and panics. (Source)

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The 1920s and 1930s constituted an unforgettable epoch in Wall Street history. Brooks outlines the metaphor of the era's financial boom and bust: Golconda, now a ruin, was a city in south-eastern India where, according to legend, everyone got rich ... a similar legend attached to Wall Street between the wars. less
Recommended by Brendan Moynihan, and 1 others.

Brendan Moynihan[This book is about] the cycles of the markets and the economy, it has a broad scope, and so some of these things have happened before in similar ways, and not all identical, but to try to get some history and perspective that way. (Source)

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The Money Game

"This is a modern classic." —Paul A. Samuelson, First American Nobel Prize Winner in Economics

"The best book there is about the stock market and all that goes with it." —The New York Times Book Review

"Anyone whose orientation is toward where the action is, where the happenings happen, should buy a copy of The Money Game and read it with due diligence." —Book World

" 'Adam Smith' is a veteran observer and commentator on the events and people of Wall Street.... His thorough knowledge of financial affairs gives his observations a great...
Recommended by Brendan Moynihan, John Lanchester, and 2 others.

Brendan MoynihanThe first book I read on the markets. (Source)

John LanchesterAdam Smith is a pseudonym – he was an extremely successful professional investor called George Goodman, who also wrote a newspaper column. This is a real insider’s account of the way that the money markets and trading works. (Source)

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