Demokratie und Imperium

III. Imperium zwischen Multilateralität und Unilateralität Wilsonismus und Imperialismus „Imperialismus“ ist – wie „Absolutismus“, „Diktatur“ oder Imperium zwischen Multilateralität und Unilateralität.

Author: Frank Unger

Publisher: Königshausen & Neumann

ISBN: 3826043227

Category: United States

Page: 264

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Imperium at War

Three novellas of war and bloodshed in the Dark Imperium, where mankind stands on the brink of annihilation… On the once-glorious shrine world of Chevreuse, the stalemate between Faithful and Defiler is broken when the Adeptus Astartes ...

Author: Danie Ware

Publisher: Games Workshop

ISBN: 9781789991871

Category: Fiction

Page: 512

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A fantastic collection of action packed stories from the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Three novellas of war and bloodshed in the Dark Imperium, where mankind stands on the brink of annihilation… On the once-glorious shrine world of Chevreuse, the stalemate between Faithful and Defiler is broken when the Adeptus Astartes take to the field, and the Fulminators walk the Storm. Deep in the alien forests of Kallash, Mordian lives are fed to the meatgrinder of war to blunt the advance of a vast greenskin horde, until one hastily built medicae post is all that stands against the tide. And across the gulf of the void, the soulless Necrons pursue their inscrutable agendas, one that will see Nemesor Zahndrekh and Vargard Obyron test their bond, searching for what lurks in the darkness and what has become of those known only as ‘the Severed’…

Imperium

The senator is Marcus Cicero - an ambitious young lawyer and spellbinding orator, who at the age of twenty-seven is determined to attain imperium - supreme power in the state.

Author: Robert Harris

Publisher: Arrow Books

ISBN:

Category: Rome

Page: 403

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Notes: Summary: When Tiro, the confidential secretary (and slave) of a Roman senator, opens the door to a terrified stranger on a cold November morning, he sets in motion a chain of events that will eventually propel his master into one of the most suspenseful courtroom dramas in history. The stranger is a Sicilian, a victim of the island's corrupt Roman governor, Verres. The senator is Marcus Cicero - an ambitious young lawyer and spellbinding orator, who at the age of twenty-seven is determined to attain imperium - supreme power in the state.

Imperium

The senator is Cicero, a brilliant young lawyer and spellbinding orator, determined to attain imperium - supreme power in the state. This is the starting-point of Robert Harris' most accomplished novel to date.

Author: Robert Harris

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780091801250

Category: Historical fiction

Page: 403

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Of all the great figures of Rome, none was more fascinating than Marcus Cicero. Brilliant lawyer and orator, famous wit and philosopher; he launched himself, at twenty-seven, into the treacherous world of Roman politics, determined to attain imperium, the supreme power in the state. Beside him in his struggle to reach the office of Consul u was his confidential secretary, Tiro: the inventor of shorthand, author of numerous books, including a famous life of Cicero, which vanished in the Dark Ages. Robert Harris has recreated Tiro's lost masterpiece, to tell in vivid detail the story of Cicero's rise to power, from radical young lawyer to first citizen of Rome, competing with men such as Pompey, Caesar, Crassus and Cato. This is a world exotically different, and yet very similar, to ours; a world of Senate intrigue, electoral corruption, special prosecutors, political hostesses, in which free speech and liberty are being threatened by military adventures abroad. Harris's Cicero is an outsider; ambitious, vulnerable, highly intelligent, compassionate, frequently devious but always human - the world's first professional politician. Robert Harris: 'What makes this book unusual is not that it draws the parallel (a clich now) between the US and Rome, but that it goes back to the beginnings of what makes politics so fascinating - oratory, strategising, electioneering, manipulation of public opinion. I follow politics as others might follow football; Cicero is fascinating to me because he's the ultimate professional in the ultimate sport. It's this universality which is important.'

Imperium

Whether by virtue of an astonishingly rapid scientific development, or by sheer persistence and blind luck, one of their scouts succeeded last month in locating the Zero Zero line of the Imperium itself. The vessel dropped into identity ...

Author: Keith Laumer

Publisher: Baen Books

ISBN: 0743499034

Category: Fiction

Page: 465

View: 629

The Lord of the Timelines explores alternate realities and parallel worlds that include an Earth destroyed in an atomic holocaust, an Earth where the Magna Carta was never signed, and an Earth where homo sapiens stand at the lowest point on the biological spectrum, in an omnibus edition that includes Worlds of the Imperium, Assignment in Nowhere, and The Other Side of Time.

Consumers Imperium

Whereas the first meaning of consumers' imperium alludes to a literal but often tacit process of imperial buy-in, the second treats imperial buy-in as a more figurative but also more conscious process. If the first interprets empire as ...

Author: Kristin L. Hoganson

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 9780807888889

Category: History

Page: 416

View: 946

Histories of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era tend to characterize the United States as an expansionist nation bent on Americanizing the world without being transformed itself. In Consumers' Imperium, Kristin Hoganson reveals the other half of the story, demonstrating that the years between the Civil War and World War I were marked by heightened consumption of imports and strenuous efforts to appear cosmopolitan. Hoganson finds evidence of international connections in quintessentially domestic places--American households. She shows that well-to-do white women in this era expressed intense interest in other cultures through imported household objects, fashion, cooking, entertaining, armchair travel clubs, and the immigrant gifts movement. From curtains to clothing, from around-the-world parties to arts and crafts of the homelands exhibits, Hoganson presents a new perspective on the United States in the world by shifting attention from exports to imports, from production to consumption, and from men to women. She makes it clear that globalization did not just happen beyond America's shores, as a result of American military might and industrial power, but that it happened at home, thanks to imports, immigrants, geographical knowledge, and consumer preferences. Here is an international history that begins at home.

Imperium

The Western Imperium has not emerged, the Soviet Empire imploded, China has risen as a new power, Russia struggles to regain its position, and Europe crumbles into disunity, crippled debt, while the United States gallops unfettered ...

Author: Francis Parker Yockey

Publisher: The Palingenesis Project (Wermod and Wermod Publishing Group)

ISBN: 0956183573

Category: Philosophy

Page: 926

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Written without notes in Ireland, and first published pseudonymously in 1948, Imperium is Francis Parker Yockey’s masterpiece. It is a critique of 19th-century rationalism and materialism, synthesising Oswald Spengler, Carl Schmitt, and Klaus Haushofer’s geopolitics. In particular, it rethinks the themes of Spengler’s The Decline of the West in an effort to account for the United States’ then recent involvement in World War II and for the task bequeathed to Europe’s political soldiers in the struggle to unite the Continent—heroically, rather than economically—in the realisation of the destiny implied in European High Culture. Yockey’s radical attack on liberal thought, especially that embodied by Americanism (distinct from America or Americans), condemned his work to obscurity, its appeal limited to the post-war fascist underground. Yet, Imperium transcents both the immediate post-war situation and its initial readership: it opened pathways to a deconstruction of liberalism, and introduced the concept of cultural vitalism— the organic conceptualisation of culture, with all that attends to it. These contributions are even more relevant now than in their day, and provide us with a deeper understanding of, as well as tools to deal with, the situation in the West in current century. It is with this in mind that the present, 900-page, fully-annotated edition is offered, complete with a major foreword by Dr Kerry Bolton, Julius Evola’s review as an afterword (in a fresh new translation), a comprehensive index, a chronology of Yockey's life, and an appendix, revealing, for the first time, much previously unknown information about the author's genealogical background.

Imperium Without End

Author: Lisa Mason

Publisher: Spectra

ISBN: 9780553575712

Category: Fiction

Page: 392

View: 204

While the Imperium holds sway over Pangaea, sex remains a shameful remnant of the past, but when Pangaea's most beloved dreamer is brutally assassinated, a dangerous group of revolutionaries fights for the return of violence, sex, and freedom. Original.

Aid Imperium

politics of aid giving emerges within the context of the American aid imperium and its core partner states in Southeast Asia. Similar to Peter Katzenstein's conceptualization (2005, 208–48), imperium here refers to both the territorial ...

Author: SALVADOR SANTINO FULO. REGILME

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472132784

Category:

Page: 328

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How US foreign policy affects state repression

Imperium Lupi

They dominate the east of Lupa and have monopolised most imperium and food imports; a worrying situation for the other packs. Blue-imperium: Highly prized and quite rare, blue-imperium contains almost as much energy as purple, ...

Author: Adam Browne

Publisher: Dayfly Publications

ISBN:

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 724

View: 235

IMPERIUM LUPI A decade has passed since the last Howler War and the City of Lupa stands peaceful again under the choking clouds of the Ashfall. The wild hyenas have been conquered, the little beasts remain subdued, and the wolf packs preserve their uneasy oligarchy thanks to the noxious power of imperium. However, new threats fester within the Lupan Wall. There are those who would overturn the rule of the Den Fathers, if not the dominion of wolfkind altogether, by persuasion, murder, even genocide, if that’s what it takes. Imperium Lupi is a gritty, steampunk, fantasy adventure packed with intrigue and flexible morals. The true monsters are not the giant insects that stalk the wild world of Erde, but the beasts who don the mask of civility to cover their crooked convictions. "For the Republic Lupi!"

Constitution of Imperium

new legal order is intended to circumvent.6 This is a book about these odd and somewhat inexplicable actions and events, and about the Constitution of Imperium and the constitution of imperium: how the American empire has been ...

Author: Ronnie D. Lipschutz

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317262107

Category: Political Science

Page: 168

View: 463

The title of this book is a play upon several important concepts and forces in the ongoing debate about American empire. Since September 11, 2001, the Bush administration and its counsels in the U.S. Department of Justice have been both constituting an empire of American hegemony and, in so doing, violating the spirit and the law of the American Constitution at home and abroad. The U.S. Constitution has been doing work in the "nonsovereign" spaces of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Abu Ghraib, Baghdad, and CIA black detention sites around the world. The reach of this constitution is becoming visible in National Security Agency surveillance and data mining of electronic communications between the United States and the rest of the world and in a myriad of other regulatory and legal demands made by the United States both of its citizens and of those living in and traveling among other countries. And, in testing the limits of its wished-for powers, the Bush administration seeks to constitute an imperium that, by its own definition, would be nowhere subject to the long-assumed checks of either the U.S. Constitution, Congress, the courts, or international law, for it operates outside of the boundaries of American sovereignty in defiance of the international community and the United Nations, and in violation of the law of nations. This book is the latest and perhaps sharpest entry in the burgeoning literature of American empire since Hardt and Negri. Its focus on the legal and institutional aspects of empire sets it apart from the literature on this subject.


Imperium Romanum

In short, in the provinces a community was either subjected to the imperium of the governor without qualification or claimed exemption from it, whether it was a colony or a free city. The latter had at least the advantage of having its ...

Author: Andrew Lintott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135859795

Category: History

Page: 280

View: 217

The Roman Empire at its height encompassed the majority of the world known to the Romans. This important synthesis of recent findings and scholarship demonstrates how the Romans acquired, kept and controlled their Empire. Lintott goes beyond the preconceptions formed in the period of British Imperial rule and provides a contemporary post-imperial approach to the Roman exercise of power.

Imperium in Imperio

Table of Contents Bernard assumed the Presidency of the Imperium and was duly inaugurated in a manner in keeping with the importance of his high office. He began the direction of its affairs with such energy and tactful discretion as ...

Author: Sutton E. Griggs

Publisher: Musaicum Books

ISBN: 8027225043

Category: Fiction

Page: 148

View: 105

"Imperium In Imperio" is a turn of a century novel which envisages what kind of leadership the Black Civil Rights Movement ought to have–one that is radical and seizes control of the government or the other which stresses on assimilation? Published in 1899 the novel proposed the radical idea of a secret underground group of radicals that is debating these issues. The faces of these two widely disparate ways are two friends–Bernard Belgrave, the proponent of militancy and Belton Piedmont, the pacifist. But what will happen when these two ideologies collide? Can their utopian ideals sustain in the face of reality? Or will their worlds descend into the chaos of a political dystopia? The novel still raises pertinent questions about the issues of Black leadership in present day America and contrary to popular belief, does not provide an easy answer! Sutton Elbert Griggs (1872-1933) was an African-American author, Baptist minister, social activist and founder of the first black newspaper and high school in Texas.

Imperium and Cosmos

The location of the Ara Pacis marks a shift in imperium for everyone else, but not for Augustus; it marks instead the continuity of his imperium. Remains of the altar have been discovered at various times since the sixteenth century ...

Author: Paul Rehak

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 0299220133

Category: Art

Page: 288

View: 370

Caesar Augustus promoted a modest image of himself as the first among equals (princeps), a characterization that was as popular with the ancient Romans as it is with many scholars today. Paul Rehak argues against this impression of humility and suggests that, like the monarchs of the Hellenistic age, Augustus sought immortality—an eternal glory gained through deliberate planning for his niche in history while flexing his existing power. Imperium and Cosmos focuses on Augustus’s Mausoleum and Ustrinum (site of his cremation), the Horologium-Solarium (a colossal sundial), and the Ara Pacis (Altar to Augustan Peace), all of which transformed the northern Campus Martius into a tribute to his major achievements in life and a vast memorial for his deification after death. Rehak closely examines the artistic imagery on these monuments, providing numerous illustrations, tables, and charts. In an analysis firmly contextualized by a thorough discussion of the earlier models and motifs that inspired these Augustan monuments, Rehak shows how the princeps used these on such an unprecedented scale as to truly elevate himself above the common citizen.


IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO Political Dystopia

Table of Contents Bernard assumed the Presidency of the Imperium and was duly inaugurated in a manner in keeping with the importance of his high office. He began the direction of its affairs with such energy and tactful discretion as ...

Author: Sutton E. Griggs

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 8026874242

Category: Fiction

Page: 148

View: 189

This carefully crafted ebook: "IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO (Political Dystopia)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. "Imperium In Imperio" is a turn of a century novel which envisages what kind of leadership the Black Civil Rights Movement ought to have–one that is radical and seizes control of the government or the other which stresses on assimilation? Published in 1899 the novel proposed the radical idea of a secret underground group of radicals that is debating these issues. The faces of these two widely disparate ways are two friends–Bernard Belgrave, the proponent of militancy and Belton Piedmont, the pacifist. But what will happen when these two ideologies collide? Can their utopian ideals sustain in the face of reality? Or will their worlds descend into the chaos of a political dystopia? The novel still raises pertinent questions about the issues of Black leadership in present day America and contrary to popular belief, does not provide an easy answer! Sutton Elbert Griggs (1872-1933) was an African-American author, Baptist minister, social activist and founder of the first black newspaper and high school in Texas.

Quemadmodum ab Ottone I ad Heinrici IV initia ipsum imperium unitatem nationis Germanicae affecerit ejusque artes litteras commercium adauxerit Part I Dissertatio inauguralis historica etc

Itaque , quum mihi demonstrandum esset , quemadmodum ipsum imperium unitatem nationis Germanicae affecisset , singula regum nostrorum imperia inter se sejunxi , quia uniuscujusque imperium aliquid proprii habet itaque non semper easdem ...

Author: Gulielmus Theodorus BOEHM

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 103

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Consumer s Imperium

[106] To say that the immigrant gifts movement emerged from the consumers' imperium is to tell only part of the story, however, for gifts events in turn contributed to consumerist appraisals of the foreign. Like Orientalist interiors ...

Author: Kristin L. Hoganson

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1442993944

Category: History

Page: 432

View: 458

Histories of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era tend to characterize the United States as an expansionist nation bent on Americanizing the world without being transformed itself. In Consumers 'Imperium, Kristin Hoganson reveals the other half of the story, demonstrating that the years between the Civil War and World War I were marked by heightened consumption of imports and strenuous efforts to appear cosmopolitan. Hoganson finds evidence of international connections in quintessentially domestic places-American households. She shows that well-to-do white women in this era expressed intense interest in other cultures through imported household objects, fashion, cooking, entertaining, armchair travel clubs, and the immigrant gifts movement. From curtains to clothing, from around-the-world parties to arts and crafts of the homelands exhibits, Hoganson presents a new perspective on the United States in the world by shifting attention from exports to imports, from production to consumption, and from men to women. She makes it clear that globalization did not just happen beyond America's shores, as a result of American military might and industrial power, but that it happened at home, thanks to imports, immigrants, geographical knowledge, and consumer preferences. Here is an international history that begins at home.

Occult Imperium

Occult Imperium Arturo Reghini, Roman Traditionalism, and the Anti- Modern Reaction in Fascist Italy CHRISTIAN GIUDICE 1 3 Oxford University Press is a department of the University Occult Imperium.

Author: Christian Giudice

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0197610242

Category: History

Page: 344

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Christian Giudice's Occult Imperium explores Italian national forms of Occultism, chiefly analyzing Arturo Reghini (1878-1946), his copious writings, and Roman Traditionalism. Trained as a mathematician at the prestigious University of Pisa, Reghini was one of the three giants of occult and esoteric thought in Italy, alongside his colleagues Julius Evola (1898-1974) and Giulian Kremmerz (1861-1930). Using Reghini's articles, books, and letters, as a guide, Giudice explores the interaction between occultism, Traditionalism, and different facets of modernity in early-twentieth-century Italy. The book takes into consideration many factors particular to the Italian peninsula: the ties with avant-garde movements such as the Florentine Scapigliatura and Futurism, the occult vogues typical to Italy, the rise to power of Benito Mussolini and Fascism, and, lastly, the power of the Holy See over different expressions of spirituality. Occult Imperium explores the convergence of new forms of spirituality in early twentieth-century Italy.