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The variant of Eurasionism that results has Anthony wallace mazeway resynthesis function of a political religion containing a powerful palingenetic thrust towards a new Russia and new West. In conclusion, it is suggested that the new order aspired to by Dugin could only be realised by establishing a totalitarian regime.
Let me witness that prodigy. I ask that of you, and in return I will offer up my entire life. The miracle that Grisebach was begging to be revealed is arguably one of the most famous alchemic acts, which is known as the palingene- sis of a rose.
These philosophers having burnt a flower, by calcination disengaged the salts from its ashes, and deposited them in a glass phial; a chemical mixture acted on it, till in the fermentation they assumed a bluish and Correspondence address: This dust, thus excited by heat, shoots upwards into its primitive forms; by sympathy the parts unite, and while each is return- ing to its destined place, we see distinctly the stalk, the leaves, and the flower, arise: Though tangibly removed from the magische Operation in both form ula and content, both ideas of rebirth are closely linked in a certain symbolic way, which will be exposed below.
This scholarly attention seems justified due to the role that Dugin currently plays in the socio-political life of the Russian Federation. He came into mainstream polit- ical prominence in earlywhen he was appointed a special advisor to the contemporary Duma speaker, Gennady Seleznev.
InDugin established his non-governmental organisation, The International Eurasian Movement, the supreme council of which included a number of high-ranking officials such as, for example, Aleksandr Torshev, a vice-speaker of the Federation Council of Russia, Aslambek Aslakhanov, assistant to the President of Russia, Mikhail Margelov, a chairman of the International Commitee of the Federation Council of Russia, and some others.
Currently, Dugin is a popular political commentator who seems to have a significant influence upon public opinion in Russia as he frequently appears on prime-time political talk shows and publishes in authoritative newspapers. This paper is not aimed at offering an entirely new conception of Dugin and his political views, though it will, hopefully, contribute to a scholarly vision of this political figure as a carrying agent of fascist Weltanschauung.
This assumption is theoretically grounded on the idea that if, in the context of fascism, various — even seemingly conflicting — ideas are purposefully interpreted within the context of one or more components of the fascist ideological core, then neither their separate, individual meanings nor their apparent joint discrepancy matter more than the consistency of the component s they enforce.
Conceptual Framework The conceptual framework for the current study is based on the writings of Roger Griffin, who — although not the first to introduce the idea of palingenesis to the realm of social sciences in general and fascism studies in particular — was the first to make the palingenetic myth an essential element of an ideal type of fascism.
According to those authors, every A. Shekhovtsov change in the social status of a person is accompanied by a rite of passage that consists of three distinct phases: This rite of passage is required not for the sake of the individual, but for the collective society to regenerate itself in a ritualised cyclic process of births, weddings and deaths.
That is also the case of the other terms that Gregor sarcastically applies to Dugin. I shall distinguish — for heuristic purposes only — between the political and metaphysical palingenetic ideas of Dugin, highlighting different sub- currents in each.
This approach is not meant to isolate different palingenetic ideas, but to identify their common underlying message. In fact, it became so influential that its second edition included an afterword by General Lieutenant Nikolai Klokotov, former head of the General Staff Academy of the Russian armed forces.
Grounded upon the legacy of such imperialist geopolitical theorists as Alfred Mahan, Friedrich Ratzel, Halford Mackinder, Karl Haushofer and Nicholas Spykman,29 the book both explores and exploits the issue of geopolitics.
The main geopolitical enemy is also different: Thus, the planet is roughly divided into three large spaces: He seems to be a follower of a narrow trend in geopolitics, namely the fascist geopolitics of Haushofer30 and the Nouvelle Droite.
The intertwining themes of mazeway resynthesis and revitalization movements recurred throughout much of Wallace's work during this time, Mazeway Resynthesis by Mary Cobham on Spotify Mazeway Resynthesis By Mary Cobham. • 10 songs. Play on Spotify. Read the full-text online edition of Revitalizations and Mazeways (). Revitalizations and Mazeways. Revitalizations and Mazeways. By Anthony F. C. Wallace, Robert S. Grumet. No cover image. Revitalizations and Mazeways. By Anthony F. C. Wallace, Robert S. Grumet Mazeway Resynthesis a Biocultural Theory of Religious Inspiration If the latter is supposed to be implemented in a revolutionary way, so is the left-wing economy, as Dugin sees socialism as an The Palingenetic Thrust of Russian Neo-Eurasianism ultimately revolutionary ideology interpreted within the context of ‘the Third Way’.
Without it, no technical or economical measures will yield any results. Already the programme of the Eurasia movement mentioned the political and economic sides of the projected empire.
For genuine revolutionary socialism, progress consists of a Leap, a trau- matic rupture in the even course of social history. Politically, however, Zerzan — as other anarcho-primitivists — rejects the establishment of any form of governmental rule, be it authoritarian, social-democratic, fascist or communist, as well as any hierarchical society structure in general.
Dugin disre- gards this anarcho-primitivist antithesis to his own doctrine just as he ignores the A. The Pathol- ogy of Civilization written by American journalist Michael Moynihan,44 who also happens to be the leader of the countercultural music band Blood Axis.
Mamleyev turned his quarters into an illegal literary salon where a volatile number of Soviet non-conformist artists, samizdat writers, poets and anti- system intellectuals met for discussions that could have been corpus delicti against those involved.A person who becomes involved in the health food movement might be said to experience what anthropologist Anthony F.
C. Wallace has called "mazeway resynthesis." The "mazeway" is the mental "map" or image of the world which each individual holds. Anthony F.C. Wallace () embarked on an anthropological career at a young age as a research assistant to his father, ethnologist and historian Paul A.W.
Wallace in the s. After briefly studying at Lebanon Valley College, Anthony enlisted in the U.S. Army, which assigned him to . During this time, Wallace also developed his theory of revitalization movements, which in many ways extrapolates the concept of mazeway resynthesis to the larger society.
He described five typical stages, which roughly correspond to the process of mazeway resynthesis, but at the social and cultural level. Once the liminoidality of these conditions is perceived by a given community, its collective Weltanschauung – or, in Anthony Wallace’s terms, 20 Anthony Wallace, “Mazeway Resynthesis.
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Wallace, Robert S. Grumet Mazeway Resynthesis a Biocultural Theory of Religious Inspiration SECTION OF ANTHROPOLOGY: MAZEWAY RESYNTHESIS: A BIOCULTURAL THEORY OF RELIGIOUS INSPIRATION* Anthony F. C. Wallace. Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
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