The End of Economic Man: The Origins of Totalitarianism

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Transaction Publishers, 1995 - 271 pages
InTheEnd of Economic Man, long recognized as a cornerstone work, Peter F.Drucker explains and interprets fascism and Nazism as fundamentalrevolutions. In some ways, this book anticipated by more than a decade theexistentialism that came to dominate the European political mood in thepostwar period. Drucker provides a special addition to the massive literatureon existentialism and alienation since World War II. TheEnd of EconomicManis a social and political effort to explain the subjective consequences ofthe social upheavals caused by warfare.
 

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THE END OF ECONOMIC MAN: The Origins Of Totalitarianism

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A text booky title which will make the general reading public gun-shy. Too bad, since this is one of the best presentations of the basic causes and meaning of Fascism. Drucker dismisses the popular ... Consulter l'avis complet

Table des matières

THE DESPAIR OF THE MAS SES
24
THE RETURN OF THE DEMONS
59
THE FAILURE OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
85
THE TOTALITARIAN MIRACLE
112
FASCIST NONECONOMIC SOCIETY
129
MIRACLE OR MIRAGE?
190
EAST AGAINST WEST?
242
APPENDIX
269
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Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005) is known by many as the father of modern management. He was Clarke Professor of Social Science and Management at Claremont Graduate School in California and was a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He is the author of over thirty-five books, including The Ecological Vision, The Concept of the Corporation, and A Functioning Society.

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