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Fascism in Ferrara 1915-1925.

Paul Corner

Fascism in Ferrara 1915-1925.

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Published by Oxford University Press in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fascism -- Italy -- Ferrara.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesOxford historical monographs
    The Physical Object
    Pagination300 p.
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21998210M

    Although Griffin is especially comprehensive, such older collections asDelzell and Lyttelton include significant sources that Griffin does not. The lover, therefore, turns inwardly to the soul from the corporeal world, and thus ultimately finds its end in God. Attributed[ edit ] Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power. Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives. In particular, Thomas Aquinas had a strong influence on significant aspects of his early thought, and this influence is thought to have persisted in his later philosophical writings. He argues that the soul is not connected to any distinct part of the body, but communicates its life-giving power throughout.

    Elazar, Westport, CT, Praeger,p. Two other coastal lines were also developed in the southern part of the country. By and large, Ficino analyzes material substances along traditional hylomorphic lines, according to which they are constituted by three principles: matter, form, and privation. Science is now in the process of destroying religious dogma. Some of the most interesting recent works on fascism focus on its culture of violence.

    Antonioni and my relationship was very hard and tense. The Immortality of the Soul The primary aim of the Platonic Theology is of course to demonstrate the immortality of the soul. Specifically, and directly relevant to this essay, models of generic fascism rely unwittingly on understandings of social action derived from late nineteenth-century crowd psychology, from which social movement theory has—in principle—liberated itself. Finally, the hierarchy of being is extinguished with the lowest level of reality—body or corporeal matter. And on that basis provides a clear, accessible account.


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Fascism in Ferrara 1915-1925. book

Roberts offers one such critique. He argues that the degradation of forms in matter requires that the mind grasps something other than sensible forms when it knows. This is a unique and privileged metaphysical role for it.

References and Further Reading a. Translated by David Maisel.

Italian Modern Art Authors

Ficino provides a plurality of arguments across the eighteen books of this work. Opera omnia di Benito Mussolini. Additionally, my own experience is that literature professors often have not had a rich background in physics, but that they are widely aware of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle and its application to the interpretation of literature, as well as cinema.

De Felice, Renzo, ed. Attributed[ edit ] Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power. Epicurus and Averroes—with the former denying immortality, and the latter claiming that it was one and the same for all—were growing in popularity in some academic circles in fifteenth-century Italy.

Antonioni is fastidious and choreographs his shots. Here is the target for our attacks! Accents the novelty of totalitarianism, especially in light of the new means of mass mobilization available. More than half of the inhabitants in the area were still illiterate.

Paul Corner looked at the rise of fascist squads in Italy in his book Fascism in Ferrara Particularly strong on Austria and the Nordic countries. Gilles Villeneuve died on 8 May on the Zolder track, in Belgium.

Presley himself is said to have often vomited before appearing on camera in such movies, the repetition of the same lines, the same performance inducing a profound sense of nausea in the poor man.

Bosworth treats Gentile among others in this useful historiographical survey, though it is highly tendentious and does not always do justice to the positions under examination.

Find this resource:. Florence: Giunti, Whereas for Nolte reaction against Marxism was fundamental to fascism, Gregor features fascist tendencies both in Marxist thinking and in communist practice in the Soviet Union and also in China and elsewhere. Not even the Popular party — the so-called Catholic party — had ever thought of speaking of God.

Maynard Keynesdespite the latter's prominent position as a Liberal. The final volume, which carries up to Januarywas published posthumously. Mussolini in conversation with the Austrian ambassador to Italy in over the then-predicted rise of Adolf Hitler to power in Germany. In the most general of terms, the psychoanalytic explanation might be that the films express a subconscious wish of some sort seeking an outlet of expression.

Provoked controversy in featuring consensus at a time when it was widely held that the regime had rested on coercion and repression. Metaphysically speaking, it functions as the node between the upper and the lower, but in practice it is wedded so tightly with matter that it naturally, Ficino believes, comes to the conclusion that it is not distinct from it.

Leprohon, Michelangelo Antonioni, p. In addition to the essay by Emilio Gentile, which offers a convenient introduction to his position, the essays by Marcello De Cecco on the economy, Bruno P.The import of this approach is to undermine the view that fascism was essentially a feature of inter-war Europe, but without allowing the term to degenerate so that it can be applied to large numbers of significant non-European movements/regimes.

Paul () Fascism in Ferrara, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

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Google Scholar. Costa-Pinto Cited by: Fascism in Italy, (New York, ), which provides a brief and frag­ mented, but highly insightful analysis of Fasast consolidation in the countryside. Though concerned with provincial fascism rather than the agrarians, per se, Paul Corner, Fascism in Ferrara, (London, ) and Simona Colanzi, Do-Cited by: This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Bibliography for PX - Fascism in the twentieth century BETA. Back to list. Export Fascism in Ferrara, Vol. Oxford Historical Monographs.

London (etc.): Oxford University Press. The Mass Psychology of Fascism. Vol. A condor book. London: Souvenir Press. Reissner, Larissa, and Richard Chappell.

Paul Corner

Jan 14,  · Abstract. To treat fascism as a social movement in a transnational context is to buck the trend in studies of so-called ‘generic fascism’. The purpose of the latter is to derive a ‘model’, ‘definition’, or ‘ideal-type’ of fascism from observation of its primary ‘case’, the Fascist movement in Italy, perhaps supplemented with features of German National atlasbowling.com: Kevin Passmore.

Fabio Belloni (Ferrara ) studied at the University of Udine and was a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Italian Modern Art in New York.

He is currently a Researcher in History of Contemporary Art at the University of Turin. His publications include: Un’idea di pittura.