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Read online L'imaginaire national - Réflexions sur l'origine et l'essor du nationalisme.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC L'imaginaire national - Réflexions sur l'origine et l'essor du nationalisme Qu est ce qu une nation et qu est ce que le sentiment national qui fait que des individus s identifient corps et me d autres individus qu ils ne connaissent pas et ne conna tront jamais Dans ce classique de l historiographie anglo saxonne Benedict Anderson montre que l adh sion l id e de souverainet nationale n a rien de naturel Les soci t s traditionnelles taient bien incapables de la concevoir quelle que f t la force de leurs attachements ethniques ou territoriaux L auteur analyse les facteurs historiques dont la conjonction comme celle de l mergence du capitalisme marchand et de l invention de l imprimerie a permis la naissance de ces singuli res communaut s imagin es que sont les nations Convoquant une riche gamme d exemples du Br sil la Tha lande en passant par l Europe centrale et l Am rique latine l auteur tudie l interaction complexe entre la logique populiste et d mocratique du nationalisme et les strat gies des r gimes imp riaux et dynastiques la fin du XIXe si cle crit dans un style l gant teint d une ironie typiquement britannique l ouvrage d Anderson traduit dans toutes les grandes langues europ ennes offre la fois le plaisir d un certain raffinement intellectuel et l utilit d une introduction originale un th me trop souvent trait de fa on superficielle .

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L'imaginaire national - Réflexions sur l'origine et l'essor du nationalisme
Title:L'imaginaire national - Réflexions sur l'origine et l'essor du nationalisme
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Number of Pages:224
Category:History, Non fiction, Politics, Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, Theory
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The Spectre of Comparisons: Nationalism, Southeast Asia, and the World, The Fate of Rural Hell: Asceticism and Desire in Buddhist Thailand, Java in a Time of Revolution: Occupation and Resistance, 1944-1946, : 6, Mitologi dan Toleransi Orang Jawa, Language and Power: Exploring Political Cultures in Indonesia, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, A Preliminary Analysis of the October 1, 1965, Coup in Indonesia (Prepared in Jan. 1966), A Life Beyond Boundaries: A Memoir, Under Three Flags: Anarchism and the Anti-Colonial Imagination
No description available, b An intellectual memoir by the author of the acclaimed i Imagined Communities i b br br Born in China Benedict Anderson spent his childhood in California and Ireland was educated in England and finally found a home at Cornell University where he immersed himself in the growing field of Southeast Asian studies He was expelled from Suharto s Indonesia after revealing the military to be behind the attempted coup of an event which prompted reprisals that killed up to a million communists and their supporters Banned from the country for thirty five years he continued his research in Thailand and the Philippines producing a very fine study of the Filipino novelist and patriot Jos Rizal in i The Age of Globalization i br br In i A Life Beyond Boundaries i Anderson recounts a life spent open to the world Here he reveals the joys of learning languages the importance of fieldwork the pleasures of translation the influence of the New Left on global thinking the satisfactions of teaching and a love of world literature He discusses the ideas and inspirations behind his best known work i Imagined Communities i whose complexities changed the study of nationalism br br Benedict Anderson died in Java in December soon after he had finished correcting the proofs of this book The tributes that poured in from Asia alone suggest that his work will continue to inspire and stimulate minds young and old, Come let us build a Third Kingdom and in this Third Reich hey sisters you will live happily hey brothers you will live happily hey kids you will live happily hey you German patriots you will see Germany sitting enthroned above all the peoples in this world How clever Hitler was brothers and sisters in depicting these ideals br br Thus the late President Sukarno of Indonesia an anti colonial leader in a public speech while accepting an honorary degree and viewing Europe and its history through an inverted telescope as Europeans often regard other parts of the globe Strange shifts in perspective can take place when Berlin is viewed from Jakarta or when complex histories of colonial domination strand what counts as the founding work of a national culture in a language its people no longer read The spectre of comparisons arises as nations stir into self awareness matching themselves against others and becoming whole through the exercise of the imagination br br In this series of profound and eloquent essays Benedict Anderson best known for his classic book on nationalism i Imagined Communities i explores these effects as they work their way through politics and culture Spanning broad accounts of the development of nationalism and identity and detailed studies of Southeast Asia the book includes pieces on East Timor where every Indonesian attempt to suppress national feeling has had the opposite effect on the Philippines where it is said that some horses eat better than stable hands on Thailand where so much money can be made in elected posts that candidates regularly kill to get them on the Filipino nationalist and novelist Jos Rizal for whom we mortals are like turtles we have value and are classified according to our shells and a remarkable essay on Mario Vargas Llosa detailing the fate of indigenous minorities at the hands of the modern state br br While i The Spectre of Comparisons i is an indispensable resource for those interested in Southeast Asia Anderson also takes up the large issues of the universal grammars of nationalism and ethnicity the peculiarity of nationalist imagery as replicas without originals and the mutations of nationalism in an age of mass global migrations and instant electronic communications, In when political scientist Benedict Anderson reached Wat Phai Rong Wua a massive temple complex in rural Thailand conceived by Buddhist monk Luang Phor Khom he felt he had wandered into a demented Disneyland One of the world s most bizarre tourist attractions Wat Phai Rong Wua was designed as a cautionary museum of sorts its gruesome statues depict violent and torturous scenes that showcase what hell may be like Over the next few decades Anderson who is best known for his work i Imagined Communities i found himself transfixed by this unusual amalgamation of objects returning several times to see attractions like the largest metal cast Buddha figure in the world and the Palace of a Hundred Spires The concrete statuaries and perverse art in Luang Phor s personal museum of hell included side by side an upright human skeleton in a glass cabinet and a life size replica of Michelangelo s gigantic nude David wearing fashionable red underpants from the top of which poked part of a swollen un Florentine penis alongside dozens of statues of evildoers being ferociously punished in their afterlife In i The Fate of Rural Hell i Anderson unravels the intrigue of this strange setting endeavoring to discover what compels so many Thai visitors to travel to this popular spectacle and what order if any inspired its creation At the same time he notes in Wat Phai Rong Wua the unexpected effects of the gradual advance of capitalism into the far reaches of rural Asia Both a one of a kind travelogue and a penetrating look at the community that sustains it i The Fate of Rural Hell i is sure to intrigue and inspire conversation as much as Wat Phai Rong Wua itself