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a2 govt. and politics fascism movements

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

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