3 edition of The myth of the total state found in the catalog.
The myth of the total state
|Statement||by Guenter Reimann, with introductory critique by Max Lerner.|
|LC Classifications||JC481 .R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||41015562|
A book for anyone who wishes to contemplate the relationship between life and myth. ISBN (Theos Pub) hc: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MYTHS AND LEGENDS - Stuart Gordon - A wide-ranging survey of global mythology and symbols, past and present. Most . Though the flood myth is not of particular significance in Greek myth, it has a stronger presence in Ovid’s (Latin) narrative of Deucalion and Pyrrha (Metamorphoses –) and the Lydian flood involving Baucis and Philemon (Metamorphoses –). Kingship in Heaven.
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An interesting, posthumously published book from the great intellectual historian Ernst Cassirer. The Myth of the State is an effort to explain the intellectual background and appeal of the Nazi state.
This book displays a couple of Cassirer's most impressive features; his Cited by: A great contemporary German philosopher attacks the explosive problem of political myth in our day, and reveals how the myth of the state evolved from primitive times to prepare the way for the rise of the modern totalitarian state.
"A brilliant survey of some of the major texts in the history of political theory."—Kenneth Burke, The Nation/5. The Myth of the State - Ernst Cassirer - Google Books. A great contemporary German philosopher attacks the explosive problem of political myth in our day, and reveals how the myth of the state 5/5(1).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reimann, Guenter, Myth of the total state. New York, W. Morrow and Company, (OCoLC) The myth of the state. [Ernst Cassirer] -- In his last book, Ernst Cassirer, the great modern philosopher, addressed himself to the problem of why in recent times "mythical"--Irrational-thinking in politics has overcome rational thinking and.
An erudite research into the origins and sources of political thinking, the character and influence of modern political myths, the logical progression to totalitarianism, in the recent fabrications and techniques of political philosophy.
He traces the course of history, from primitive man to Plato, Aquinas, Machiavelli, Rousseau, Bossuet, Hobbes, Carlyle, Gobineau, Hegel, etc., defining the. The Myth of the State. Ernst Cassirer; Foreword by Charles W. Hendel. View Inside Format: Paper In exposing the idol of the state, The fact that many countries would have been glad to shoot the author of this book for his remarks about patriotism, national leaders, race, and allied matters, only points to the urgency of his discussions.
A review of Ernst Cassirer, The Myth of the State, Yale University Press, From The Journal of Politics, Vol. 9, No. 3, AugustIt is a melancholy task in more than one respect to review this posthumously published book of the late Ernst Cassirer.
Synopsis. A great contemporary German philosopher attacks the explosive problem of political myth in our day. In this final work Ernst Cassirer shows how the irrational forces symbolized by myth and manipulation by the state constantly threaten to destroy the independent mind of civilized s: 4.
Order Total (1 Item Items German philosopher Ernst Cassirer's final work "shows how the irrational forces symbolized by myth and manipulated by the state constantly threaten to destroy the independent mind of civilized man." xii, pp.
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In the book, Keeley aims to stop the apparent trend in seeing civilization as bad, by setting out to prove that prehistoric societies were violent and frequently engaged in warfare. The Power of Myth is a book based on the PBS documentary Joseph Campbell and the Power of documentary was originally broadcast as six one-hour conversations between mythologist Joseph Campbell (–) and journalist Bill remains one of the most popular series in the history of American public television.
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Because of that natural bias, mo st business owners focus on working in their business when really they should be working on their business.
The book ends with a discussion of the myth of Sisyphus, who, according to the Greek myth, was punished for all eternity to roll a rock up a mountain only to have it roll back down to the bottom when he reaches the top. Camus claims that Sisyphus is the ideal absurd hero and that his punishment is representative of the human condition: Sisyphus.
Dispelling Myths in the War Against the Regulatory State. The costs to the bottom quintile amount to % of their total income — representing as high a burden as all the taxes they.
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His specializations include criminological theory, the war on drugs, capital punishment, and contradictions between criminal justice and social justice. Robinson is the author of dozens of articles and book chapters, as well as ten books.
Free download or read online The Power of Myth pdf (ePUB) (Joseph Campbell and Power of Myth Series) book. The first edition of the novel was published in June 1stand was written by Joseph Campbell. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this history, non fiction story. The Myth of Power and the Self brings together Walter Sokel's most significant essays on Kafka written over a period of thirty-one years, This volume begins with a discussion of Sokel's pamphlet on Kafka and a summary of his book, Tragik und Ironie (Tragedy and Irony), which has never been translated into English, and.
The myth-making engine has become monstrous, feeding on money, fakery, fear, ambition, greed, and delusion. It has fattened on the self-respect of journalism and eaten away the majesty of the law. They've produced a great deal of literature—even a page textbook—but The Deficit Myth is an accessible, if at times repetitive, introduction to MMT's main ideas for the lay reader.