Arquivo para January 6th, 2014

Beginning of the ideas of the Homeland – World

06 Jan

Edgar Morin and Anne B. Kern called Fatherland- Earth environment of the early fifteenth century, GuernicaHirochimaand explains that the universalist religions ” opened up since the beginning of the earth to all me ” (p. 21) but “at the beginning of the planetary era the themes of ‘good wild’ and ‘natural man’ antidotes were, it is true that many weak “against the contempt by civilized barbarians , but it will be around that develop the ‘nation- state’ of modernity .

The evolution of these ideas will make the European anthropology mainly seen in the archaic not ‘ noble savages ‘ , but ‘ early childhood ‘ the authors state ( p. 21 ) .

But are precisely the ‘ theorists ‘ of ‘ infant primitive ‘ that trigger the 1914-1918 war , when a shot in Sarajevo kills the heir to the Habsburg throne ( p. 22 ) and ” a local attack in a remote corner of the Balkans determined an explosive chain reaction that ” just covering almost all Europe.

The authors show that the analysis can not be simplistic , ” the explanation of war is Marxist ( rivalries between imperialism ) or Shakespeare ( triggering turmoil and fury, frenzy of desire for power ) , because war is a monstrous historical product of copulation strength of Marx and Shakespeare “(p. 23 ) pass judgment .

And advances in the analysis of the period as follows: ” The world economy is shaken by upheavals in the early 1920s , until, in the middle atmosphere newfound prosperity , the great crisis of 1929 has lead to global disaster economic solidarity : Crashing Wall Street leads to economic depression all continents “(p. 24 ) .

” The 30 years are dramatic ” … ” Nazi Germany invades Norway, Netherlands, Belgium , France in 1940 ” … comes to Eastern Europe and Africa … “A total of 100 million men and women engaged in global conflict”

End of the war , founded the UN (United Nations), restart the Cold War, “the planet is polarized into two blocks , locking up everywhere an ideological war with no remission” (p. 26).

What lessons do we draw the bombing of Guernica (April 16, 1937) and the atomic bomb on Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) ?