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Socialism

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Author(s): Kloft, Hans (Bremen RWG)
Kloft, Hans (Bremen RWG) [German version] A. Preliminary Remarks (CT) Socialism is a phenomenon of the Modern Age. It is seen as an action-oriented economic, social and political concept which seeks to combine theory with practice. With the rise of industrialization and the mass destitution (pauperism) that went with it, in the course of the 19th cent. socialism developed into an alternative model that sought to overcome existing conditions, interpreted as being bourgeois capitalist in nature, in virtuall…

Caesarism

(2,331 words)

Author(s): Kloft, Hans (Bremen RWG) | Köhler, Jens (Rome)
Kloft, Hans (Bremen RWG) Köhler, Jens (Rome) [German version] A. Introduction (CT) The concept of Caesarism covers only one part, albeit an important one, of the historical reception of Caesar in modern times. Its use in the political discourse of the 19th and early 20th cents. was complemented by scholarly, artistic and literary interpretations (e.g. Thornton Wilder, The Ides of March, 1948; Bertolt Brecht, Die Geschäfte des Herrn Julius Caesar, 1957, [17. 119ff.; 13. 247ff.] and its adaptation and use in films such as Little Caesar, 1930; Cleopatra, 1963; and Asterix and the Laurel…