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Fascism as a style of life

Community life and violence in a neofascist movement in Italy

Maddalena Gretel Cammelli

on one single definition of fascism, scholars do largely agree that this legacy did not end in April 1945. Roger Griffin suggests that “fascism continues to inspire” present-day movements (1991: xii) and, moreover, that fascism is presently

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Fascism at eye level

The anthropological conundrum

Douglas R. Holmes

, a trajectory I had not fully anticipated. Now we can give this activism a name: fascism. As I will argue, it is fascism with distinctive contemporary features that are not fully or necessarily congruent with its historical manifestation

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Mirko M. Hall

as “hipster-fascism.” 6 Drawing largely upon the scholarly work of Anton Shekhovtsov, Marcus Stiglegger, Peter Webb, and Maciej Zurowski, I investigate the band’s critical reception in Germany by undertaking a select rhetorical reading of interviews

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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

, consists of a movement from the primary object that populist ideology is engaged with (i.e. the democratic paradox) towards an elaboration of the engagement (i.e. decontestation) and its distinction from authoritarianism (i.e. the case of Italian fascism

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Takamichi Sakurai

involving the category of fascism, a pathological politics that the social functions of narcissism provoke under market capitalism. This article can be of relevance for Critical Theory and the study of narcissism in politics in the sense that: first, it

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After the commons—commoning!

Don Kalb

is, in rhetoric at least, about use values for the deserving, and about the making of community and commonality within a world where deserving people—Morgen and Erickson’s “hardworking people”—are threatened with dispossession. European fascism and

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Carl Plantinga

contemporary context. 300 can certainly be seen as a political allegory that embodies tensions resulting from the Iraq War and conceptions of Iran as a node of the “axis of evil.” This article will instead discuss the film's incipient fascism, a broad threat

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Michael B. Loughlin

socialism sympathetic to fascism involved the perpetual rivalries within the French Left. But neither leftist divisions nor the transformation of Hervé can be separated from an anachronistic revolutionary tradition, which was ever more at odds with French

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Sean Kennedy

Beginning in the 1980s, several historians began to challenge the view that fascism was a marginal phenomenon in interwar France, a view dubbed "the immunity thesis" by one of its critics. Surveying a range of works on far-Right intellectuals and movements during the 1920s and 1930s, this article suggests that "the immunity thesis" has been increasingly challenged by a variety of historians since the mid-1990s. However, a consensus on the issue has not emerged, as a number of historians stress the need to differentiate between fascism and other forms of right-wing nationalism in the French context. At the same time, there are signs that scholars are beginning to move beyond questions of categorization and address other themes relating to the inter-war Right. These new agendas have the potential to broaden our understanding of the late Third Republic in general.

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Michael Herzfeld

as easily as that of mutuality – can recognise in those moments the transcendent commonality of human care. 7 It was the breakdown of that understanding that opened the floodgates to fascism in the twentieth century. Is it too much to ask that we