El miedo en Occidente: (Siglos XIV-XVIII). Una ciudad - download pdf or read online

By Jean Delumeau

ISBN-10: 8430609431

ISBN-13: 9788430609437

Esta excepcional obra del historiador Jean Delumeau demuestra que no sólo los individuos, sino también las colectividades e incluso las civilizaciones pueden estar atrapadas en un permanente diálogo con el miedo, ofreciéndonos una sorprendente historia de Occidente desde el siglo XIV hasta el XVIII. Apoyándose en un vasto campo de observación #histórico, desde luego, pero también económico, sociológico, psicoanalítico, psicológico y antropológico# el autor traza el retrato de una sociedad traumatizada por l. a. peste, las guerras, las disputas religiosas y los angeles inseguridad permanente, y analiza l. a. instrumentalización del terror, sobre todo por parte de los angeles Iglesia. Este ensayo matiza los angeles imagen a veces idealizada del Renacimiento y desvela l. a. intimidad y las pesadillas de nuestro pasado, raíces de los angeles necesidad de seguridad que caracteriza a los angeles sociedad contemporánea.

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30 Believing that a stronger Brotherhood would diminish the PLO’s influence (who were then considered the main threat), it has been reported that Israel provided support (Oliver and Steinberg, 2005). 31 The precise level of services provided by the religious groups in the Gaza Strip and West Bank territories is difficult to determine. Roy (2000) suggested that the groups provide between 10 and 40 per cent of all social institutions. Today, with the territories facing severe financial constraints, this figure will have risen.

32 29 For further details, see Abu-Amr (1994), Juergensmeyer (2003a), Saarnivaara (2004) and Tamimi (2007). 30 Believing that a stronger Brotherhood would diminish the PLO’s influence (who were then considered the main threat), it has been reported that Israel provided support (Oliver and Steinberg, 2005). 31 The precise level of services provided by the religious groups in the Gaza Strip and West Bank territories is difficult to determine. Roy (2000) suggested that the groups provide between 10 and 40 per cent of all social institutions.

Oliver and Steinberg (2005) explain that Gaza has long been associated with stone throwing. A number of examples are included that range from a stone that almost killed Alexander the Great to the death of a British official in 1937. Similarly many of the slogans used during the protests can be traced to previous revolts in 1929 and 1936, with rhetoric adopted from poetry that decried Turk oppression and tyranny during the Ottoman period. Other messages connected to Islamic symbols, images, battles and heroes, suggesting the sacrilegious and legitimate nature of the struggle.

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