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by Alberto Toscano,Andrea Cavalletti,Furio Jesi

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Author: Alberto Toscano,Andrea Cavalletti,Furio Jesi
Publisher: Seagull Books (April 15, 2014)
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On December 29, 1918, the Spartakus League, a Marxist revolutionary movement, rose up in Germany calling for an end to class rule by the . Furio Jesi (1941–80) was an Italian writer, translator, mythologist, and Germanist

On December 29, 1918, the Spartakus League, a Marxist revolutionary movement, rose up in Germany calling for an end to class rule by the bourgeoisie. Furio Jesi (1941–80) was an Italian writer, translator, mythologist, and Germanist. A correspondent of Thomas Mann and Károly Kerényi, he worked on a number of studies of Egyptian and classical mythology, culminating in his book Secret Germany. Series: The Italian List.

Furio Jesi (May 19, 1941 - June 17, 1980) was an Italian historian, writer, archaeologist, and philosopher.

Alberto Toscano (born 1 January 1977) is a British cultural critic, social theorist, philosopher and translator. He has translated the work of Alain Badiou, including Badiou's The Century and Logics of Worlds. Toscano's own work has been described both as an investigation of the persistence of the idea of communism in contemporary thought and a genealogical inquiry into the concept of fanaticism.

Alberto Toscano teaches in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths College . Published by Seagull Books. Several leaders of the Spartakus League were killed, and the revolt was quashed.

Alberto Toscano teaches in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is the author of Fanaticism and The Theatre of Production, and the translator of several books by Alain Badiou. ISBN 10: 0857421735 ISBN 13: 9780857421739. Through a detailed reconstruction of the events of that bloody winter, historian and critic Furio Jesi recasts our understanding of a foundational political difference - revolt or revolution?

Through a detailed reconstruction of the events of that bloody winter, historian and critic Furio Jesi recasts our understanding of a foundational political difference-revolt or revolution? Drawing on a deep reserve of literary sources like Brecht, Eliade, Dostoyevsky, and Mann, Jesi outlines a uniquely incisive phenomenology of revolt that distinguishes between the purposeful historical temporality of revolution and the suspension of time that marks a revolt.

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Furio Jesi, translated by Alberto Toscano, introduction by Andrea Cavalletti. Furio Jesi, translated by Alberto Toscano, introduction by Andrea Cavalletti. From the publisher: On December 29, 1918, the Spartakus League, a Marxist revolutionary movement, rose up in Germany calling for an end to class rule by the bourgeoisie. Through a detailed reconstruction of the events of that bloody winter, historian and critic Furio Jesi recasts our understanding of a foundational political difference – revolt or revolution?

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On December 29, 1918, the Spartakus League, a Marxist revolutionary movement, rose up in Germany calling for an end to class rule by the bourgeoisie. Massive demonstrations followed and more than 500,000 Berliners took to the streets in Januaryonly to be crushed by police and anticommunist paramilitary troops.

Chapter two of Spartakus: The Symbology of Revolt. Written in the immediate aftermath of May ‘68 (in which Jesi participated), the manuscript was only discovered and published by Andrea Cavalletti in 2000, twenty years after Jesi’s premature death. English translation by Alberto Toscano.

On December 29, 1918, the Spartakus League, a Marxist revolutionary movement, rose up in Germany calling for an end to class rule by the bourgeoisie. Massive demonstrations followed and more than 500,000 Berliners took to the streets in January―only to be crushed by police and anticommunist paramilitary troops. Several leaders of the League were killed and the revolt was quashed. Through a detailed reconstruction of the events of that bloody winter, historian and critic Furio Jesi recasts our understanding of a foundational political difference―revolt or revolution? Drawing on a deep reserve of literary sources like Brecht, Eliade, Dostoyevsky, and Mann, Jesi outlines a uniquely incisive phenomenology of revolt that distinguishes between the purposeful historical temporality of revolution and the suspension of time that marks a revolt. And with the addition of an essay on the politics of time and revolution by Rosa Luxemburg, a founding leader of the Spartakus League, this volume becomes a crucial text at the intersection of history and philosophy.