Buddhism in India The Edicts of King Asoka King Asoka, the third monarch of the Indian Mauryan dynasty, has come to be regarded as one of the most exemplary rulers in world history. The British historian H. Then in the nineteenth century there came to light a large number of edicts, in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
A socialism emancipated from democracy. A trade unionism free of the chains of the class struggle had imposed on Italian labour.
A methodical and successful will to bring together in a same fascio all the human factors of national production A determination to approach, to threat, to resolve the worker question in itself He uses the term "Ur-fascism" as a generic description of different historical forms of fascism.
The fourteen properties are as follows: When all truth has already been revealed by Tradition, no new learning can occur, only further interpretation and refinement. Eco distinguishes this from a rejection of superficial technological advancement, as many fascist regimes cite their industrial potency as proof of the vitality of their system.
This, says Eco, is connected with anti-intellectualism and irrationalismand often manifests in attacks on modern culture and science. This often combines an appeal to xenophobia with a fear of disloyalty and sabotage from marginalized groups living within the society such as the German elite's 'fear' of the s Jewish populace's businesses and well-doings; see also anti-Semitism.
Fascist societies rhetorically cast their enemies as "at the same time too strong and too weak. On the other hand, fascist leaders point to the decadence of those elites as proof of their ultimate feebleness in the face of an overwhelming popular will.
Both fascist Germany under Hitler and Italy under Mussolini worked first to organize and clean up their respective countries and then build the war machines that they later intended to and did use, despite Germany being under restrictions of the Versailles treaty to NOT build a military force.
This principle leads to a fundamental contradiction within fascism: Eco sees in these attitudes the root of a deep tension in the fundamentally hierarchical structure of fascist polities, as they encourage leaders to despise their underlings, up to the ultimate Leader who holds the whole country in contempt for having allowed him to overtake it by force.
As Eco observes, "[t]he Ur-Fascist hero is impatient to die. In his impatience, he more frequently sends other people to death.
Fascists thus hold "both disdain for women and intolerance and condemnation of nonstandard sexual habits, from chastity to homosexuality.
As no mass of people can ever be truly unanimous, the Leader holds himself out as the interpreter of the popular will though truly he dictates it. Fascists use this concept to delegitimize democratic institutions they accuse of "no longer represent[ing] the Voice of the People. Emilio Gentile[ edit ] Italian historian of fascism Emilio Gentile described fascism in as the "sacralization of politics" through totalitarian methods  and argued the following ten constituent elements: James Gregor[ edit ] A professor of political science emeritus at the U.
He has denied that fascism is "right-wing extremism. The core myth that inspires this project is that only a populist, trans-class movement of purifying, cathartic national rebirth palingenesis can stem the tide of decadence  Griffin writes that a broad scholarly consensus developed in English-speaking social sciences during the s, around the following definition of fascism:To develop the effective team many team building programs attempt to increase cohesion amongst a group as team cohesion can affect performance.
Much of the conversation on effective governance looks at what boards do as a group, and that’s all to the good. The best boards are those in which the sum adds up to more than the individual parts. In fact, every single person mentioned in my Terrorism is not Effective is male, and this seems to be true of the full Wikipedia list of mass murderers as well.↩.
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PREFACE. This rendering of King Asoka's Edicts is based heavily on Amulyachandra Sen's English translation, which includes the original Magadhi and a Sanskrit and English translation of the text. THE TYRANNY of STRUCTURELESSNESS by Jo Freeman aka Joreen.
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