jueves, 15 de abril de 2010

Oswald Spengler: Años decisivos

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  1. Despues de la derrota del nacionalsocialismo y del fascismo durante la Segunda Guerra y del derrumbe del comunismo en la posguerra, es fundamental recuperar el capitalismo original, una de cuyas variantes mas importantes es el "Socialismo Burgues" criticado por Marx en el Capitulo III del Manifiesto. Dentro de esta perspectiva, entre conservadora y revolucionaria, Spengler aporta sutiles ideas tanto en su "Socialismo Prusiano" como en "Años Decisivos" para entender cuál futuro debemos construir JUSTAMENTE HACIA UN PUNTO EQUIDISTANTE DE DERECHA E IZQUIERDA. Incluid en vuestra lista de libros The Creed of Deutschtum, The Prussian Militarism and the Psychology of the Kaiser de Morton Prince. Tambien el Estado Cerrado de Fichte. Existen en archivos de internet pero nadie promociona tales analisis tan importantes y originales. Gracias por su colaboración en la difusión.

  2. Fragment of Creed of Deutschtum (MORTON PRINCE, MD co-founder of the Abnormal Psychology):"Deutschtum or Germandom, then, is a totality of ideas and sentiments, a system of mental, moral and political ideas organized about two closely connected
    central ideas, that of the state and that of the German people as a super-race, superior to all others. In this system there have become evolved and organized a number of sentiments (including national policies ) which have been postulated as ideals of this national consciousness. The driving force
    of these ideals has made the German nation what it is and given it the will to impose its dominion over the rest of the world and use whatever methods it saw fit regardless of the opinions of the rest of mankind. And out of these postulates there has
    developed a creed—a creed of Deutschtum. One may say that Deutschtmn as a whole is the political creed of the German people, which like the Apostolic and other religious creeds embraces a series of postulates. But each postulate dogmatically expresses or is based upon the lust and the self-glorification of the German people. Through these self-centred ideals Germany has,like a paranoiac, interpreted other nations, other peoples, and its own relations and obligations to them, whether in the domain of national rights and morals, or international law and treaties. If one would seek the origin and evolution of Deutschtum we must go back a century or more to the times of Frederick the Great and the immediately
    post-Napoleonic period. For all students of Germany are agreed that the root principles and philosophy of Deutschtum date hack to the philosophers Hegel and Kant and Fichte, whose teachings
    have impregnated German thought—not only that of the so-called intellectuals, but of captains of industry, statesmen and even military writers. But it is enough for us to take German thought as of the present day just as we find it. And as finally evolved all are equally agreed that German ideals,
    political, moral and military, as manifested by this war, are due to the force of the teachings, in the first place, of the political historian Treitschke and the unbalanced philosopher Nietzsche;and in the second place to the writings and preachings of a perfect swarm of university professors and other intellectuals who, as propagandists, have deluged the German people with their elaborations and secondary rationalizations of their masters' teachings. A philosophy runs through all this mass of thought,and it is a fact, that needs to be considered, that in no country has philosophy so permeated and determined the thought of the people, other than the professional philosophers, and the national consciousness
    as in Germany"