martes, 13 de marzo de 2012

Joseph de Maistre and Progress




Joseph de Maistre and Progress

Anthony O'Hear

JOSEPH DE MAISTRE is known in the English-speaking world not just as the French Edmund Burke – like Burke, he very early on and very perceptively diagnosed the murderous direction of the French Revolution – but also as one who glorified state violence by lyrically hymning the executioner as the most important figure in society. Further in his anti-Enlightenment irrationalism and absolutism, he is known as an apologist avant la lettre for twentieth-century fascism – or at least that is the impression many will have drawn from reading Isaiah Berlin on the topic.
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Coalición Global

Visitantes

Colaboradores de La Coalición. Con diversidad de enfoques y posiciones

  • Carlos Pairetti - Universidad del Rosario
  • Daniel Mariano Leiro - Universidad de Buenos Aires
  • David Villena - UNMSM
  • Davide de Palma - Università di Bari
  • Dick Tonsmann - FTPCL y UNMSM
  • Eduardo Hernando Nieto - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
  • Enmanuel Taub - Conicet/Argentina
  • Gianni Vattimo - Universidad de Turín
  • Gilles Guigues - Université de Provence
  • Hernán Borisonik - Sao Paulo
  • Ildefonso Murillo - Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca
  • Jack Watkins - University of Notre Dame
  • Jimmy Hernandez Marcelo - Facultad de Teologia Pontificia y Civil de Lima
  • Juan Villamón Pro - Universidad Ricardo Palma
  • Lucia Pinto - Universidad de Buenos Aires
  • Luis Fernando Fernández - Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana de Medellín
  • Martín Santiváñez - Universidad de Navarra
  • Piero Venturelli - Bolonia
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli - Università di Roma Tor Vergata
  • Ramiro Pablo Álvarez - Córdoba, Argentina
  • Raúl Haro - Universidad de Lima
  • Santiago Zabala - Universidad de Columbia
  • Víctor Samuel Rivera - Universidad Nacional Federico Villareal