Denial By Jared Del Rosso

  • Narrated by: James R. Cheatham
  • Length: 7 hrs and 33 mins
  • Release date: 07-12-22

Denial By Jared Del Rosso AudioBook Summary

Donald Trump won the election; climate change isn’t real; America is a color-blind country. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, why do so many of us refuse to admit the truth? Denial is so much a part of our lives that we deny its existence all the time.

In an easy-listening style that draws on examples from current events, politics, and pop culture, Del Rosso teases out the complexities of denial, from “not noticing” that someone has food stuck in their teeth, to companies that engage in widespread fraud, like Enron and Wells Fargo, to the much larger-scale denials of climate change or systemic racism. Del Rosso builds a fascinating typology of the forms and meanings of denial, exploring the behavior of those who refuse to acknowledge their actions, and what it means to live in a society where such lying, fraud, and corruption is commonplace.

In wide-ranging examples, Del Rosso explores the causes, strategies, and consequences of denial. When scandal hits and accusations of misconduct are made, he argues that individuals like Harvey Weinstein or Brett Kavanaugh, or organizations like the Catholic Church or Penn State, go through a series of moves to try to avoid accountability. He effectively argues that recognizing what denial looks like is the crucial first step in mitigating its effects on us and society as a whole.


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