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Ten essays at the nature of fascism through a number one student within the box, concentrating on the best way to comprehend and follow fascist ideology to varied events because the 20th century, Mussolini's prophesied 'fascist century'. contains experiences of fascism's tried temporal revolution; Nazism as prolonged case-study; and fascism's postwar evolution.

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Makes this clear: ‘The earth died with your death, with your glory our lives begin’. ‘The beginning of life’ means here the beginning of a transformed, new, essential life, means a quite specific change in the structure of human life, a metamorphosis of the human condition. The vision or prophecy of a process of transformation from an incomplete to a complete existence is a topos of historical speculation. 51 What Vondung’s impressively scholarly investigation demonstrates is that Nazism cannot be fully understood if we ignore its efforts to bring about a sense of ‘metastasis’, or rebirth, subjectively experienced as moving from a 16 Fascism’s Temporal Revolution mere ‘existence’ of anomie and isolation into a qualitatively different time in which individual life and death itself is transcended by becoming merged with the eternity of the nation and race.

Makes this clear: ‘The earth died with your death, with your glory our lives begin’. ‘The beginning of life’ means here the beginning of a transformed, new, essential life, means a quite specific change in the structure of human life, a metamorphosis of the human condition. The vision or prophecy of a process of transformation from an incomplete to a complete existence is a topos of historical speculation. 51 What Vondung’s impressively scholarly investigation demonstrates is that Nazism cannot be fully understood if we ignore its efforts to bring about a sense of ‘metastasis’, or rebirth, subjectively experienced as moving from a 16 Fascism’s Temporal Revolution mere ‘existence’ of anomie and isolation into a qualitatively different time in which individual life and death itself is transcended by becoming merged with the eternity of the nation and race.

Similarly, A. F. K. Organski4 asked for fascism (as illustrated by Mussolinian Italy and also problematically Peronist Argentina) to be seen as ‘part of the process of transition from a limited participation to a ‘mass system’, and as ‘a last-ditch stand by the elites, both modern and traditional, to ´ prevent the expansion of the system over which they exercised hegemony’. In contrast, Henry Turner Jnr5 proposed that the key to generic fascism lies in its ‘utopian anti-modernism’, its pursuit of a mythicised past, albeit using the fruits of modern technology.

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