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|Hoffer, Eric Man is more disposed to domination than freedom; and a structure of |
dominion not only gladdens the eye of the master who rears and ... Humboldt,
Karl Wilhelm Von The only successful revolution of this century is totalitarianism.
|These two interrelated feats of statesmanship can meet with success only if |
necessary structural conditions obtained inside ... century which, after a long
period of fluctuation, finally culminated in the revolutionary- "feudal"
totalitarianism of the ...
|In Arendt's quotation of Delos that 'the characteristic of totalitarianism is not only |
to absorb man within the group, but also to ... magnified rather than resolved by
the ideology of nationalism, and one that is indeed a touchstone of early twenty-
first century political thought. ... her analysis of totalitarianism and her political
pluralism, drawing on the experience of the only successful revolution of modern
|Closing the Door on the Twentieth Century Alexander Shtromas Robert K. |
Faulkner, Daniel J. Mahoney ... Contemporary history is a witness to only too
many successful conspiracies and plots against democracy which, after having
been destroyed, was ... developments whereby one of the few totalitarian
movements operating on the margins of the society's political spectrum hijacks
the revolution and, ...
|When the accumulation of capital had reached its natural, national limits, the |
bourgeoisie understood that only with an "expansion ... It had taken Hobbes, the
great idolator of Success, three centuries to succeed. This was partly because the
French Revolution, with its conception of manas lawmaker and citoyen, had
|The only successful proletarian revolution, in Russia, began with soldiers' revolts |
against military authority, which the Bolsheviks (as the Communists were then ...
Totalitarianism, like total war, was largely a twentieth-century phenomenon.
|The totalitarian regimes in Kampuchea and Ethiopia are long gone—only the |
scars and bitter legacies remain. ... The three major totalitarian states of the past
century—Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, and Maoist China—appear to have gone
through several ... The five major elements necessary for a successful revolution
are charismatic leadership, ideology, organization, propaganda, and violence.
|36 Her concept of revolution encompasses two basic ideas: freedom in the sense |
of the capacity to make a new ... only "where this pathos of novelty is present and
where novelty is connected with the idea of freedom are we entitled ... 77 Hannah
Arendt's interpretation of revolution is essentially oriented around the two
principal examples in the eighteenth century, the ... theory of revolution she also
takes the "solution" of the social question as a precondition for a successful
|party was able to condition the experience of millions as the only vehicle for |
participation in the life of the state.46 Gentile's work on ... to create a “new man”
and to shape the masses into a single body dedicated to realizing the party's
revolutionary and imperialist aims, ... core of Fascism as totalitarian.49 Like
Gentile, moreover, they tended to posit a greater measure of success in
producing a sense of ...
|In twentieth-century history there were shifts not only from left to right, but also |
vice versa. ... Various nationalists and other “victims” are still successfully united
by anti-bolshevism, while many slight yet fruitful disagreements in science gave
way to anti-totalitarian or national passions. In the current jargon, the national
interest and anti-totalitarianism are the axioms and the best solution is to