La Cultura De La Sangre

February 25, 2020

La Cultura De La Sangre

Titulo del libro: La Cultura De La Sangre

Autor: David Garcia Hernan

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SINOPSIS

The theoretical justification of their privileges by the social elites has become more intense and repetitive since the beginning of the Modern Age. The old statist scheme of orators, bellatores and laboratories had become increasingly artificial as European society moved away from the Middle Ages. It no longer corresponds with reality in too many cases (the nobility, for example, has been said that it was "betraying its mission"); The power relations outside this scheme are less and less surreptitious, while clientele networks weigh more than ever; And the ideas of Renaissance humanism promoted the use of reason and the exaltation of personal virtue. But the powerful were still there, in their prominent and privileged place; And, of course, they were not willing to lose it, not even theoretically. The consideration of blood as a carrier of personal virtues is one of the theoretical weapons that are most willing to use, because it fully favors their elite interests. Therefore, also helped by the tastes of an eminently conservative public, they favor a culture (in its most diverse artistic, literary, musical, etc.) manifestations of the lineage and the lineage that fights against the ideal of merit and virtue. A struggle expressed with assiduous ... The theoretical justification of their privileges by the social elites has become more intense and repetitive since the beginning of the Modern Age. The old statist scheme of orators, bellatores and laboratories had become increasingly artificial the European society moved away from the Middle Ages. It no longer corresponds with reality in too many cases (the nobility, for example, has been said that it was "betraying its mission"); The power relations outside this scheme are less and less surreptitious, whereas clientele networks weigh more than ever; And the ideas of Renaissance humanism promoted the use of reason and the exaltation of personal virtue. But the powerful were still there, in their prominent and privileged place; And, of course, they were not willing to lose it, not even theoretically. The consideration of blood as a carrier of personal virtues is one of the theoretical weapons that are most willing to use, because it fully favors their elite interests. Therefore, they have also helped by the tastes of an eminently conservative public, they favor a culture (in its most diverse artistic, literary, musical, etc.) manifestations of the lineage and the lineage that fights against the ideal of merit and virtue. A funny expression with assiduity ...