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Maurras

(French mora)
n
(Biography) Charles (ʃarl). 1868–1952, French writer and political theorist, who founded (1899) the extreme right-wing group L'Action Français: sentenced (1945) to life imprisonment for supporting Pétain during World War II
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He has a penchant for early-twentieth-century French and Italian fascist thinkers, such as Charles Maurras (of the Action Francaise) and Julius Evola, a sinister figure who admired Heinrich Himmler and worked for the German police during World War II.
Simultaneously, Maurras invoked a tradition of politics that supposedly granted local communities and guilds autonomy, but only under the centralized authority of the monarchy, thus in fact subordinating the individual to elite rule, bolstered by top-down religious authority.
Joseph de Maistre y Arthur de Gobineau interesaban como precursores de Charles Maurras y Drieu la Rochelle.
David Jimenez demuestra que son los tres autores arriba mencionados, y no Charles Maurras, los inspiradores de Accion Espanola.
Aparecido en 1939, el PAN es abiertamente anticardenista, es decir anti Revolucion Mexicana pero justamente en esa epoca en Europa triunfa el nazismo aleman y el nacional catolicismo falangista espanol, mientras que en Francia prospera la Accion Francesa, el partido de Charles Maurras, que seria precursor de Accion Nacional.
Les deux chapitres qui suivent le recit biographique de Gravel nous eclairent davantage sur les personnages qui ont influence la pensee de l'abbe dont Lionel Groulx, Henri Bourassa et Charles Maurras.
Eliot himself (though, I would add, the later Eliot and not the early) is often held up as a model of reaction in discussions of modernist literary production, and his endorsement of Charles Maurras is often used to evidence his fascism.
Del Noce can quickly take the reader from Machiavelli, Kant, and Kierkegaard to Hobbes, Hegel, and Heidegger and then to Maistre, Maurras, and Peguy.
There is an even earlier history of authors on the right like Charles Maurras and the Action francaise around the turn of the 20th century or, a century before, Louis-Gabriel de Bonald and Joseph de Maistre, monarchist opponents of the French Revolution, denouncing the decline of France's traditional values.
Juan Carulla, apasionado de las obras del contrarrevolucionario frances Josep De Maistre y de Charles Maurras (40), Cesar Pico, discipulo del espanol Juan Donoso Cortes, el Dr.
Reactionary opinion coalesced around the views of the atheist (but paradoxically Catholic) ecclesiastical loyalist and leader of Action franqaise, Charles Maurras.
For Sanos, the political ideals of the "Young New Right," as she labels her protagonists to distinguish them from such precursors as Charles Maurras, were fundamentally aesthetic.