Monday, July 02, 2007

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Para os cinco ou seis corajosos que acessam este espaço:

* Artigo sobre o filósofo conservador Leo Strauss

The great significance of Strauss for mainstream conservatives is that his is the deepest philosophical analysis of what is wrong with liberalism. Technocratic, legalistic, and empirical criticism of liberalism is all very well, but it is not enough. He believes that contemporary liberalism is the logical outcome of the philosophical principles of modernity, taken to their extremes. In some sense, modernity itself is the problem. Strauss believed that liberalism, as practiced in the advanced nations of the West in the 20th century, contains within it an intrinsic tendency towards relativism, which leads to nihilism. He first experienced this crisis in his native Germany’s Weimar Republic of the 1920s, in which the liberal state was so ultra-tolerant that it tolerated the Communists and Nazis who eventually destroyed it and tolerated the moral disorder that turned ordinary Germans against it. A Jew, he fled Germany in 1938. We see this problem repeated today in the multiculturalism that sanctions the importation into the West of Moslem fundamentalists whose foremost aim is the destruction of the Western society that makes that tolerance possible, and in an America so frightened of offending anyone that it refuses to carry out the basic duty of any normal state to guard its own borders.

* Aulas gravadas do maior filósofo brasileiro, Mário Ferreira dos Santos

* Sebos brasileiros online (aqui você achará até a História da Literatura Ocidental de Otto Maria Carpeaux)

*Biblioteca Gilberto Freyre

*Sítios sobre o grande historiador da arte, Sir Ernst Gombrich

*Sobre o maior "psicólogo da arte",recém falecido, Rudolf Arnheim


Blogger Antonio Sávio said...

PArabéns pelo blog.

June 04, 2012  

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