The Concept of War in Neoconservative Thinking Matteo Albanese

ISBN: 9788867720002

Published: October 27th 2012

Paperback

116 pages


Description

The Concept of War in Neoconservative Thinking  by  Matteo Albanese

The Concept of War in Neoconservative Thinking by Matteo Albanese
October 27th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 116 pages | ISBN: 9788867720002 | 9.52 Mb

This book examines the theories which underpin neoconservative foreign policy by analysing the historical development of the movement and its influence on American politics. The author chronicles the ascendancy of the neoconservative movement intoMoreThis book examines the theories which underpin neoconservative foreign policy by analysing the historical development of the movement and its influence on American politics.

The author chronicles the ascendancy of the neoconservative movement into the highest echelons of the American establishment, making reference to a number of crucial theoretical antecedents that shaped its ideological evolution. Albanese argues that the ideological and strategic aspects of neoconservative thinking are informed by the friend-enemy dialectic expounded by Carl Schmitt, resulting in a worldview which revolves around the concept of perennial conflict.

The neoconservative way of war is also informed by the teachings of Leo Strauss, who advocated the dissemination of noble lies in order to keep a cohesive social order. This work contributes to an enhancement of our understanding of one of the most prolific ideologies in American politics.



Enter the sum





Related Archive Books



Related Books


Comments

Comments for "The Concept of War in Neoconservative Thinking":


technor.com.pl

©2014-2015 | DMCA | Contact us