The Origins Of Generic Fascism, An Overview Of The "fascist Epoch", Non-european Fascisms
For the purposes of this article, fascism will be treated as a politicized and revolutionary form of ultranationalism bent on mobilizing all remaining "healthy" social and political energies to resist the perceived onslaught of decadence so as to achieve the goal of a regenerated national community. It is a project that involves the rebirth (palingenesis) of both the political system and the social and moral culture that underpins it.
In discussing fascism's place within the history of ideas two basic issues must be addressed: first its genesis as a new "generic" political force that emerged at a particular point in the evolution of Western society, and second the various ideological components that it subsumes in the individual permutations it forms, in particular in national and political contexts. It will then be possible to offer some observations about fascism's evolution since 1945, one that has led some of its contemporary variants to be arguably of more interest to the history of ideas than to conventional political analysis.
- Fascism - The Origins Of Generic Fascism
- Fascism - An Overview Of The "fascist Epoch"
- Fascism - Non-european Fascisms
- Fascism - The Diversity Of Individual Fascisms
- Fascism - The Survival Strategies Of Postwar Fascism
- Fascism - The Struggle For "cultural Hegemony"
- Fascism - The Conservative Revolution
- Fascism - The Future Of Fascism
- Fascism - Bibiography
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