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  1. The Origins of Totalitarianism, published in 1951, was Hannah Arendt's first major work, wherein she describes and analyzes Nazism and Stalinism as the major totalitarian political movements of the first half of the 20th century.

  2. No hay un consenso sobre si existe una política económica fascista. Historiadores han debatido el uso del término. David Baker argumenta que existe un sistema económico identificable en el fascismo que es distinto de los defendidos por otras ideologías, que comprende características esenciales que compartían las naciones fascistas. [1]

  3. Corporate capitalism" and "inverted totalitarianism" are terms used by the aforementioned activists and critics of capitalism to describe a capitalist marketplace—and society—characterized by the dominance of hierarchical, bureaucratic, large corporations, which are legally required to pursue profit without concern for social welfare.

  4. Met haar boek uit 1951, The Origins of Totalitarianism, gaf Hannah Arendt het woord zijn hedendaagse betekenis. De voornaamste theorie van het totalitarisme werd echter die van C. J. Friedrich en Z. Brzezinski, die vanaf 1953 zes criteria van totalitaire stelsels aanwezen:

  5. Finally in the third section, "Totalitarianism," Arendt uses the categories derived from her analysis of antisemitism and imperialism to parse totalitarianism. She discovers that, like imperialism, totalitarianism is defined by its emphasis on constant movement, which takes away the agency of individual men by making them merely cogs in a grand motor of history or nature.

  6. Les origines du concept. On peut définir le totalitarisme comme une idéologie qui « nie toute autonomie à l'individu et à la société civile et s'emploie à les supprimer autoritairement au profit d'une vision moniste du pouvoir et du monde ; recouvrant tous les aspects de la vie humaine, cette idéologie fonde et justifie la domination absolue de l'État ». À partir de cette ...

  7. Fascism vs other types of totalitarianism One of the reasons fascism spread in the early 20th century was because the Russian Revolution had just happened and people were afraid of communism . Sometimes landowners and business owners would support fascists because they were afraid of what would happen if the country became communist instead.