When he speaks of a "cult of personality" as fascistic
, he is again over-simplifying something that is considerably more nuanced.
In other words, his protagonists seek to compensate for their socially conditioned feelings of impotence through fantasies of omnipotence, which are fed and formed by the "logic" of American racism, as well as the nationalistic and fascistic
ideologies that flourished internationally in the 1930s.
Perhaps better than Miller, he grasps the danger of Pentecostal-evangelical fascination with such fascistic
demagogues as Pat Robertson, who has recruited many of their number for his Christian Coalition.
Tournier ever longs to entrap in the single event, in the single thought or word, both the elemental and cultured, historical and perverse, anarchic and fascistic
At their deepest level, they display fascistic
tendencies that brook no challenge from the skeptic or nonbeliever.
Maria Jotuni's posthumously published Huojuva talo (1963) told the world - thankfully, both partners were dead, Jotuni in 1943 and her husband Viljo Tarkiainen in 1951 - what a fascistic
wrong number the professor of literary history had been.
The technical order he saw as fascistic
in its single-mindedness, closed in its ideology, and disruptive of other more subtle orderings that are always present in landscape and society.
Likewise, Rorty insists that Heideggers work is not inherently fascistic
every sort of curmudgeon and crank, from the fascistic
Far from seeing Heidegger as a philosophical menace whose works imply a fascistic
point of view, Dallmayr sees in Heidegger a "philosophical house friend to the world" (p.
When Lucas's book came out in Britain, the press turned the "revelation" of Goodall's fascistic
propensities into a scan-dahl.
If this was indeed the case, why was it necessary for capitalists to resort to fascistic
tactics to affect this change?