David Cooper (1931 - 1986) was a South-African psychiatrist, Marxist philosopher, and one of the leaders of the 1960s anti-psychiatry movement. Cooper's most notable writings include Psychiatry and Anti-Psychiatry (1967), The Death of the Family (1971), and The Language of Madness (1978). In 1980, Cooper spoke on the subjects of audience, technological reproducibility in art, and the ideological power of television in The Kitchen's panel series "Society, Television, and Art."

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