Elemente und Ursprünge totaler Herrschaft

Elemente und Ursprünge totaler HerrschaftReconhecido Data De Publica O Como Um Dos Mais Importantes Contributos Para A Compreens O Do Totalitarismo, E Mais Tarde Considerado Um Cl Ssico, As Origens Do Totalitarismo Ganhou Entretanto O Estatuto De Hist Ria Definitiva Sobre Esta Realidade Pol Tica Come A Por Explicar A Ascen O Do Anti Semitismo Na Europa Oitocentista, Para De Seguida Analisar O Imperialismo Colonial Europeu De 1884 At Ao Deflagrar Da Primeira Guerra Mundial A Parte Final Do Livro Analisa As Institui Es E A Ac O Dos Movimentos Totalit Rios, Centrando Se Nas Duas Formas Genu Nas De Governo Totalit Rio Do Nosso Tempo A Alemanha Nazi E A R Ssia Estalinista Neste Ponto, Arendt Descreve A Transforma O Das Classes Em Massas, O Papel Da Propaganda No Mundo N O Totalit Rio E Ainda O Uso Do Terror Como Requisito Essencial Para Esta Forma De Governo No Brilhante Cap Tulo Final, Arendt Analisa O Estado De Isolamento E De Solid O Dos Indiv Duos Enquanto Pr Condi O Para O Dom Nio Absoluto Pelo Estado Totalit Rio Um Livro Muito Bom Profundamente Pensado E Conscientemente Documentado, Ocupar Um Lugar De Destaque Entre As Obras Mais Importantes Do Nosso Tempo.H Stuart Hughes Com As Origens Do Totalitarismo, Hannah Arendt Surge Como A Mais Original E Profunda Logo, A Mais Valiosa Fil Sofa Pol Tica Dos Nossos Tempos.The New LeaderA Obra Mais Influente Sobre O Tema Do Totalitarismo.Bibliografia Dos 50 Anos Da Foreign Affairs Some Tips For The Reader To Be Having just finished this monster of a book in just under three months not sure if any book has taken me so long to finish, perhaps Infinite Jest might surpass , I can safely say that I feel like I ve just gone through ninety days of mental kick boxing with Arendt As such, I ve had plenty of time to conduct a criticism in my head that I feel adds to the already crammed Goodreads review page on here It takes the form of three bits of advise, as I truly believe ALL should read this book, but many may need some guidance from a fellow average joe and not a History Major who s reached the finish line It goes as follows 1 Style Unless you have experience in understanding the language of Political Science or any complex subject , or you are very well read with in depth politics, or you just so happen to be able to process complex ideas and writings from paper to brain in perfect unity, then you may find that the first 100 pages of this book will hit you like a clean round house kick to the head I found this text HARD to process If you don t believe me, check the reader QA , and it s definitely the first non fiction that I ve really had to churn through It took a good month of reading for me to fully get into gear with Arendt s writing style and what makes it so hard at least for me leads to my second point.2 What Arendt is setting out to inform the reader of.It was only after having a minor
It is often necessary to re read the books of yesterday to make some sense of current affairs The Origins of Totalitarianism is possibly one of these books, a massive 600 pages , dense volume on political philosophy, written in the aftermath of World War II, by a German born woman of Jewish descent Oddly enough, she had a one time affair with Martin Heidegger, one of the most prominent metaphysicists of the twentieth century, and, quite notably, an early member of the Nazi party.Hannah Arendt witnessed the rise of antisemitism in Germany in the early 1930s and even got arrested by the Gestapo She fled to France and, when the Wehrmacht invaded France, fled again to America The Origins of Totalitarianism is Nietzschean in its approach cf The Birth of Tragedy or On the Genealogy of Morality It covers a vast amount of topics a Antisemitism and Jewish identity, through its varied and palpable expressions and a focus on the divisive Dreyfus affair in late 19th century France b Imperialism, the domination of the wealthy, white bourgeoisie, and of capitalistic expansionism over a Mob that seeks a big mouth firm hand leader, is ready to believe in plain ideology, and willing to single out a scapegoat, based on racism or such c Totalitarianism, in its two central figures Nazism based on racism and Bolshevism b
_ _ _ _ Totalitarianism is a political system in which the state recognizes no limits to its authority and strives to regulate every aspect of public and private life Some have said this should be required reading to prepare ourselves to face the changing political climate armed with information, as we watch again the rise of nationalism, the rise of antisemitism, the rise to power of what could be a new demagogue a political leader who tries to get support by making false claims and promises and using arguments based on emotion rather than reason We have every reason to be greatly worried On February 17, 2017, Donald Trump called the news media the enemy of the American people in a tweet If that doesn t scare you, nothing will.This book could be said to be quite dated, having been first published in 1951, shortly after the end of WWII, and during the midst of Stalin s Soviet regime This particular edition was updated in 1966, with a long introduction by the author detailing the many changes in the world at that time But of course so much has happened since then the breakup of the Soviet Union and rise to power of Putin in Russia, to name just two.So read this book for information on totalitarianism, its origins and its elements, and not so much for an up to date history lesson Once again, as I frequently do with heavy material, I
Profound insight into totalitarian movements not just how they happen but why, getting at the psychology behind their appeal and the social and psychological conditions that allow them to grow The writing is clear eyed, penetrating, and deeply unsettling. . I d always assumed totalitarianism and dictatorship were the same thing But nope I learned about modern politics and power reading this masterpiece by Hannah Arendt than in the past 20 years of reading and studying I was shocked to find that certain baffling features of contemporary political movements suddenly make perfect, terrifying sense when viewed from a totalitarian perspective Some fun things I learned about totalitarian movements Totalitarian movements deny objective reality and deliberately enclose themselves and their populations in a self manufactured world of ever changing fictions Totalitarian movements are not pro national movements A totalitarian movement s goal is ultimately to destroy the nation it inhabits Similarly, totalitarianism doesn t use the law to control its population I d always thought totalitarianism meant
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  • Paperback
  • 674 pages
  • Elemente und Ursprünge totaler Herrschaft
  • Hannah Arendt
  • Portuguese
  • 10 March 2017
  • 9789722029094