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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY - ISSN 1211-0442

Teorie totalitarismu ve fašistické Itálii (2008)


Author: P. Janda

Email: pavel.janda@bristol.ac.uk

Affiliation: University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Address:
Cotham House
Cotham Hill
Bristol BS6 6JL
United Kingdom


Article type: Standard scientific article

Section: Excellent Student Papers

Language: language


Abstract (english):

Conception of totalitarianism has emerged in Italy at the beginning of 20th in the 20th century. The creators have not been fascists, which lately proudly indetified themselves as authors, but just opposite - the anatagonists of fascist´s regime. I contrast two approaches to theory of totalitarianism in the presented essay. First I made an attempt to make explicit original idea of totalitariansim as exposed by three non-fascist thinkers and politicians. Consequently I outlined description of fascist conception of totalitarianism as exposed in works of fascists´ thinkers and politicians.


Abstract (czech):

Koncepce totalitarismus vznikla na počátku dvacátých let v Itálii. Jejími tvůrci nebyli fašisté, kteří se později k totalitarismu hrdě hlásili, ale právě naopak odpůrci fašistického režimu. V eseji proti sobě stavím dvě pojetí teorie totalitarismu. Nejdříve se zabývám originální myšlenkou totalitarismu, která byla zformulována třemi nefašistickými italskými mysliteli a politiky. Následně přecházím k popisu fašistické koncepce totalitarismu, obsažené v pracích fašistických teoretiků a politiků.



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