Virgil Gheorghiu on Communism, Capitalism and National Socialism

«The main contributions of the book are three‑fold: it offers an analytical study of Gheorghiu’s philosophy, it seeks understanding of his crucial arguments and it highlights their relevance today. The work will prove useful to scholars interested in Gheorghiu’s reading of political ideology through literature, those exploring trends and developments in contemporary Romanian literature, and also to the casual reader interested in its theme. The arguments put forward by Morariu are not only plausible but are effectively a theory worth investigating within the realms of political and social sciences and may prove to offer a foun‑ dation for international relations and diplomatic studies. Although it has nearly 250 footnotes, the style of writing is flowing; it is both readable and engaging for the general reader who may opt to read the main text without losing track of the points being discussed.»

Using Virgil Gheorghiu's publications and the books, studies and articles dedicated to him, the book examines his views on capitalism, National Socialism and communism and offers an overview of the views of the most translated Romanian writer from French exile. Les mer

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Using Virgil Gheorghiu's publications and the books, studies and articles dedicated to him, the book examines his views on capitalism, National Socialism and communism and offers an overview of the views of the most translated Romanian writer from French exile.

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Forlag
Peter Lang AG
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
260
ISBN
9783631868799
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
21 x 15 cm

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«The main contributions of the book are three‑fold: it offers an analytical study of Gheorghiu’s philosophy, it seeks understanding of his crucial arguments and it highlights their relevance today. The work will prove useful to scholars interested in Gheorghiu’s reading of political ideology through literature, those exploring trends and developments in contemporary Romanian literature, and also to the casual reader interested in its theme. The arguments put forward by Morariu are not only plausible but are effectively a theory worth investigating within the realms of political and social sciences and may prove to offer a foun‑ dation for international relations and diplomatic studies. Although it has nearly 250 footnotes, the style of writing is flowing; it is both readable and engaging for the general reader who may opt to read the main text without losing track of the points being discussed.»

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