palingenetic


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palingenetic

[¦pal·ən·jə¦ned·ik]
(geology)
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5) For the modern myth of palingenetic war and its last manifestation in WWII, see Mosse.
Fascism, driven by the palingenetic myth, was the ultimate revitalisation movement and so should be seen as essentially modernist.
Bonnet's promotion of palingenetic evolution would influence philosophical work on socio-historical developments.
For the director, then, the possibility of understanding and counteracting the cancerous force that causes blood to be shed lies precisely in reconsidering the blood itself as possessing palingenetic potential.
Malaparte himself was well aware of this climate of impending transformation, of the palingenetic expectations which animated the European society in those years:
The palingenetic stance of the cultural discourse is key to the self-positioning of the intellectual in this new context.
Grillo's discourse heralds the palingenetic mission assigned to the Internet as the transparent unmediated site where true democracy necessarily flourishes.