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  • 1. Fascist regimes and movements Thursday 27 March 2008
  • 2. Whilst it is possible to identify a common set of fascist values and principles, Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany represent different versions of fascism. They were inspired by distinctive and sometimes rival beliefs.
  • 3. Italian fascism
  • 4. Fascism and the state
  • 5. Statism
  • 6. Totalitarianism
  • 7. Fascism and Totalitarianism
  • 8. Fascism tends towards totalitarianim in at least 3 respects
  • 9. Obliteration of the distinction between 'public' and 'private'
  • 10. Unmediated relationship between the leader and the people
  • 11. Single value system and single source of truth
  • 12. 'Everything for the state; nothing against the state; nothing outside the state' Mussolini
  • 13. Hegel
  • 14. The state as a 'vessel' Hitler
  • 15. Hitler regime and totalitarianism
  • 16. Italian state and totalitarianism
  • 17. Corporatism
  • 18. Fascists seek to transform human consciousness rather than social structures
  • 19. 'Third Way'
  • 20. Corporatism
  • 21. Holistic vision
  • 22. Class relations have to be mediated by the state
  • 23. 'Corporate state'
  • 24. Modernisation
  • 25. Agent of modernisation
  • 26. Backward v. Forward looking
  • 27. Futurism
  • 28. Fascism and racialism
  • 29. Voluntarism
  • 30. Militant nationalism
  • 31. The politics of race
  • 32. Race
  • 33. Racialism
  • 34. Aryan race
  • 35. Conservative nationalism
  • 36. Biblical justification
  • 37. Bilogically based racial theories
  • 38. Nazi race theories
  • 39. Anti-Semitism
  • 40. 'Science of race'
  • 41. Joseph-Arthur Gobineau
  • 42. H.S. Chamberlain
  • 43. Teutons
  • 44. Nazis blamed the Jews for Germany's defeat in 1918
  • 45. pseudo-religious
  • 46. Herrenvolk
  • 47. 'bearers of culture'
  • 48. 'destroyers of culture'
  • 49. Manichaean
  • 50. Expansionism
  • 51. The Nuremburg Laws, 1935
  • 52. 'final solution'
  • 53. Peasant Ideology
  • 54. Nazism anti-modern
  • 55. 'Blood and Soil'
  • 56. Kultur
  • 57. Lebensraum
  • 58. Contradiction
  • 59. Peasant ideology rhetoric
  • 60. Militarism and cultural shifts