Where Have All The Fascists Gone?

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Routledge, 5 déc. 2016 - 252 pages
The Intellectual European New Right (ENR), also known as the nouvelle droite, is a cultural school of thought with origins in the revolutionary Right and neo-fascist milieux. Born in France in 1968, it situated itself in a Gramscian mould exclusively on the cultural terrain of political contestation in order to challenge the apparent ideological hegemony of dominant liberal and leftist elites. It also sought to escape the ghetto status of a revolutionary Right milieu wedded to violent extra-parliamentary politics and battered by the legacies of Fascism and Nazism. This study traces the cultural, philosophical, political and historical trajectories of the French nouvelle droite in particular and the ENR in general. It examines the ENR worldview as an ambiguous synthesis of the ideals of the revolutionary Right and New Left. ENR themes related to the loss of cultural identity and immigration have appealed to anti-immigrant political parties throughout Europe. In a post 9/11 climate, as well as an age of rising economic globalization and cultural homogenization, its anti-capitalist ideas embedded within the framework of cultural preservation might make further political inroads into the Europe of the future.
 

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Table des matières

About the Author
Preface
The RightWing
A New Right?
Opening to the Left
The ENR and the Legacy of May 1968 A Critical Turning Point
The Primacy of Metapolitics
Difference
Ambiguities in the ENR Worldview
Interpreting the
Cultural and Political Trend?
The ENRs Relationship to the ExtremeRight and NeoFascism
Treason of the Intellectuals?
Malleable Man and Eternal Conflict
References
Index

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Tamir Bar-On, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

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