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Fascism pp Cite as. In the early s it became increasingly clear that the theory of totalitarianism was no longer satisfactory. Significant changes in the communist world necessitated so many alterations in the criteria of totalitarianism that little was left of the original theory.

Many theorists abandoned ship, others remained behind to patch up their leaking hulks. The time had come for a new theory of fascism in the western world. This task was performed by Ernst Nolte. Four further books appeared in the next five years which established his reputation as the leading western authority on fascism.

It commands respect not only for its mammoth proportions but also for its enthusiastic reception by a large number of scholars of widely differing political views.

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It is widely regarded as his magnum opus and a seminal work on the history of fascism. The book, which was translated into English in as The Three Faces of Fascism , argues that fascism arose as a form of resistance to and a reaction against modernity. Nolte's basic hypothesis and methodology were deeply rooted in the German "philosophy of history" tradition, a form of intellectual history which seeks to discover the "metapolitical dimension" of history. Nolte's conclusion was that fascism was the great anti-movement: it was anti-liberal, anti-communist , anti-capitalist , and anti-bourgeois. Nolte argued that fascism functioned at three levels: in the world of politics as a form of opposition to Marxism , at the sociological level in opposition to bourgeois values, and in the "metapolitical" world as "resistance to transcendence" "transcendence" in German can be translated as the "spirit of modernity".

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Three Faces Of Fascism: Action Francaise, Italian Fascism, National Socialism

Fascism pp Cite as. In the early s it became increasingly clear that the theory of totalitarianism was no longer satisfactory. Significant changes in the communist world necessitated so many alterations in the criteria of totalitarianism that little was left of the original theory. Many theorists abandoned ship, others remained behind to patch up their leaking hulks. The time had come for a new theory of fascism in the western world. This task was performed by Ernst Nolte. Four further books appeared in the next five years which established his reputation as the leading western authority on fascism.

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