No Compromise: The Conflict between Two Worlds

No Compromise: The Conflict between Two Worlds

No Compromise: The Conflict between Two Worlds

No Compromise: The Conflict between Two Worlds

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If any reader of this book wonders why a teacher of philosophy should desert the traditional themes to write a work on Fascism, the answer is contained in a statement made by one of the distinguished philosophical journals of Europe, the Philosophische Hefte published in former Czechoslovakia: "Today the issue is not between this or that school of philosophy, but the possibility of the survival of any philosophy at all. The foundations of culture are tottering." Everything depends upon repairing the material and the spiritual basis of life. Under these circumstances, philosophy dare not abstract itself from the political and economic struggles of the present day. No struggle is more crucial than that between Democracy and Fascism.

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