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"[V]iewing Europeanism (as an idea and practice) through a liberal/anti-liberal prism offers a valuable and distinctive perspective on the intellectual and political history of European integration. This volume should join an emerging body of scholarship that shifts attention away from an exclusive focus on diplomatic and institutional histories of the EU and towards a critical intellectual, cultural and social history of European integration." · Christian Bailey, The Open University "This book tackles an extremely important topic. It seeks to question teleological assessments of European integration...the contributions have the potential to add significantly to the debate on Europeanisation and European integration." · Holger Nehring, University of Stirling The history of modern Europe is often presented with the hindsight of present-day European integration, which was a genuinely liberal project based on political and economic freedom. Many other visions for Europe developed in the 20th century, however, were based on an idea of community rooted in pre-modern religious ideas, cultural or ethnic homogeneity, or even in coercion and violence. They frequently rejected the idea of modernity or reinterpreted it in an antiliberal manner. Anti-liberal Europe examines these visions, including those of anti-modernist Catholics, conservatives, extreme rightists as well as communists, arguing that antiliberal concepts in 20th-century Europe were not the counterpart to, but instead part of the process of European integration. Dieter Gosewinkel is Professor of Modern History at the Freie Universität Berlin, and researcher and co-director of the Rule of Law Center at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB). His recent books include Die Verfassungen in Europa 1789 - 1949: Eine wissenschaftliche Textedition (co-edited with Johannes Masing and Andreas Würschinger 2006) and Wissenschaft, Politik, Verfassungsgericht (with Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde 2011).






"[V]iewing Europeanism (as an idea and practice) through a liberal/anti-liberal prism offers a valuable and distinctive perspective on the intellectual and political history of European integration. This volume should join an emerging body of scholarship that shifts attention away from an exclusive focus on diplomatic and institutional histories of the EU and towards a critical intellectual, cultural and social history of European integration." · Christian Bailey, The Open University "This book tackles an extremely important topic. It seeks to question teleological assessments of European integration...the contributions have the potential to add significantly to the debate on Europeanisation and European integration." · Holger Nehring, University of Stirling The history of modern Europe is often presented with the hindsight of present-day European integration, which was a genuinely liberal project based on political and economic freedom. Many other visions for Europe developed in the 20th century, however, were based on an idea of community rooted in pre-modern religious ideas, cultural or ethnic homogeneity, or even in coercion and violence. They frequently rejected the idea of modernity or reinterpreted it in an antiliberal manner. Anti-liberal Europe examines these visions, including those of anti-modernist Catholics, conservatives, extreme rightists as well as communists, arguing that antiliberal concepts in 20th-century Europe were not the counterpart to, but instead part of the process of European integration. Dieter Gosewinkel is Professor of Modern History at the Freie Universität Berlin, and researcher and co-director of the Rule of Law Center at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB). His recent books include Die Verfassungen in Europa 1789 - 1949: Eine wissenschaftliche Textedition (co-edited with Johannes Masing and Andreas Würschinger 2006) and Wissenschaft, Politik, Verfassungsgericht (with Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde 2011).


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This insurgency is being actively backed by Putins Russia and now it seems Trumps America. Antisocialism anticommunism being anti liberal democrat is the natural stance of libertarians successful people who value merit and oppose socialist government tyranny.   Antiliberal EuropeA Neglected Sourcc of Europeanism Dieter Gosewinkel 1. Book description The history of modern Europe is often presented with the hindsight of presentday European integration which was a genuinely liberal project . by M DAuria 2017 AntiLiberal Europe A Neglected Story of Europeanization ed. Orbán recently declared that Hungary would veto any Europewide response to illiberal policies in Poland. Dieter Gosewinkel ed Antiliberal Europe. Thus both of the main contributors to antiSemitism in Europe todayIslamic antiSemitism and leftwing hostility toward Israelare more prevalent in the liberal West than in the allegedly fascist antiSemitic countries of Eastern Europe. Europe At a panEuropean level liberalism exists in some form within . When in the course of the nineteenth century the capitalist class became the dominant or ruling social class its liberal ideology became the establishment ideology.   To be antiliberal is not necessarily to be antiEuropean. Antiliberal Europe A Neglected Story of Europeanization 1st Edition and Publisher Berghahn Books. Not only do farright parties now average some 15 of the national vote in Europe they are considered. 202135  Photo W drodze na Wawel by Piotr Drabik licensed under CC BY 2.0 Hue modified from the original Varga Mihai. Note on the image Though not one of the original signers of the Holy Alliance Talleyrand France along with Alexander I and Metternich Austriawho could have cared less about Alexanders idea of a brotherhood of nationsbecame the personification of antiliberal forces in Europe after 1815. Nationalism has always been a feature across Europes political .


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