The Poetics of Political Failure: Eliot's Antiliberalism
in an American Context.
In The Political Aesthetic of Yeats, Eliot, and Pound, Michael North identifies a thoroughgoing antiliberalism
as being fundamental to the aesthetic practices of all three writers in his book's title.
Bivins, The Fracture of Good Order: Christian Antiliberalism
and the Challenge to American Politics (2003).
6) In late imperial Russia's courtrooms, an ironic situation emerged: state attorneys and judges were defenders of voluntarism and free will, whereas defense lawyers increasingly bought into newly emerging determinist theories that oscillated between antiliberalism
Professor Steven Miller reveals that evangelicals, if not entrenched in civil rights as a social movement, remained vocally in favor of racial equality throughout, if they were prevented from embracing legal changes because of persistent antiliberalism
This differentiates Strauss sharply from the antiliberalism
of Nietzsche, Schmitt, and Heidegger.
This fantasy, which also appears in earlier studies of populism from the Marxist point of view, takes antiliberalism
at face value and simply assumes that less liberty is better for the people.
18) While Schmitt uses this concept to vindicate his antiliberalism
13) This model of successful cooperation between artists and political leaders of the revolution left a deep imprint on Valle-Inclan, whose antiliberalism
and traditionalism at first brought him closer but later distanced him from, several representative and non-representative forms of government.
On Schmitt's anti-Semitic writings, see STEPHEN HOLMES, THE ANATOMY OF ANTILIBERALISM
38-39, 50-53 (1993).
and antiwesternism are not accidentally conjoined.
Foner responded that although Genovese "refers to himself as part of the left, his current outlook has far more in common with a long tradition of elitist antiliberalism
, including Tory romanticism .