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Kritik Des Chiliasmus

Author: Jasmin Marjam Rezai-Dubiel
Publisher: Verlag Wilhelm Fink
ISBN: 3846760013
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Joachim von Fiore reagiert im 12. Jh. auf die Parusieverzögerung, indem er einen dritten Status diesseitigen Heils als Interim einführt, und schafft damit zugleich die Grundlage für säkularisierte Heilsentwürfe, die in der Moderne besondere Relevanz erlangen. Der joachimitische Chiliasmus erscheint nunmehr als Möglichkeit, die geschichtsphilosophische und herrschaftslegitimatorische Krise zu überwinden. Auch die Literatur legt davon Zeugnis ab. Im Rekurs auf die vormoderne Geschichtstheologie entwirft sie eine ästhetische Inszenierung von Geschichte, die nicht nur bei einer bloßen Kritik des Chiliasmus stehen bleibt, sondern Heil und Identität jenseits von Transzendenz und Teleologie neu denkt.

Gente In Aspromonte

Author: Corrado Alvaro
Publisher: Garzanti
ISBN: 8811146321
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«Quello di Gente in Aspromonte è un mondo arcaico... un mondo chiuso, primitivo, elementare, dove i rapporti sociali erano duri, anzi spietati e le ingiustizie profonde. Ma esso possedeva anche i suoi valori, una sua bellezza, le sue segrete dolcezze... Perciò se su di esso non c’è da piangere, dice Alvaro, bisogna tuttavia custodirne generosamente la memoria. Ed è perciò, anche, che quello descritto in Gente in Aspromonte è un mondo severamente giudicato, ma in pari tempo amorosamente rivissuto, in un perpetuo ondeggiamento dei sentimenti, in un continuo oscillare tra il moralismo e il lirismo e in un altrettanto continuo contrastare tra l’uomo moderno e l’antico che convivevano in Alvaro». (Dall’introduzione di Mario Pomilio)

In Out And Beyond

Author: Antonio Medina-Rivera
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443831107
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The essays presented in this volume are a peer-reviewed selection of some of the best papers presented during the 3rd Crossing Over Symposium at Cleveland State University from October 9–11, 2009. Scholars from the United States, Canada, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, India, Israel, and the United Kingdom came together to examine border experiences from different points of view. Originally the organizers called upon a diversity of borderland possibilities for this conference: cultural, political, educational, religious, international, intranational, linguistic, gender, ideological, age, tribal, social class/caste, identity, and neighborhoods. The definition of borderland was not limited to territorial spaces, but rather was open to any kind of confrontation/encounter affecting different situations of our lives. The call for this conference was interdisciplinary in nature, and its intent was to open a discussion between the humanities and the social sciences on the dynamic issue of borders.

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Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3476036065
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Fascist Modernities

Author: Ruth Ben-Ghiat
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520242165
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This cultural history of Mussolini's dictatorship discusses the meanings of modernity in interwar Italy. The work argues that fascism appealed to many Italian intellectuals as a new model of modernity that would resolve the European and national crises.