Emanuel Malynski tra guerra occulta e neofeudalesimo: un reazionario dimenticato

Author/s Daniele Rocca
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2004/2
Language Italian Pages 16 P. File size 143 KB
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Many studies deal with the European extreme right in the first half of the Twentieth century. None of them, though, focuses on Emanuel Malynsky, the Russian-Pole catholic and anti-semite emigrated in Paris. He has always been remembered, even within the scientific community, for a single pamphlet, published in the middle Thirties (Julius Evola was its Italian editor), which includes some of his works: La guerre occulte. But the width and richness of his works deserve a much deeper analysis. Taking into consideration Malynskian doctrines (such as integral monarchism, liberal neofeudalism, Supernationale de Défense sociale, theory of hidden war), together with other ones worked out in the same period by the French extreme right, the essay wishes to show the reasons why this intellectual should be considered a prominent representative of reactionary thought in a period of great transformations.

Daniele Rocca, Emanuel Malynski tra guerra occulta e neofeudalesimo: un reazionario dimenticato in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2/2004, pp , DOI: