Barbarism  

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"Proletarian violence, carried on as a pure and simple manifestation of the sentiment of class struggle, appears thus as a very fine and heroic thing; it is at the service of the immemorial interests of civilization; it is not perhaps the most appropriate method of obtaining immediate material advantages, but it may save the world from barbarism." --Reflections on Violence, Georges Sorel, p.85

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Barbarism may refer to:

See also

  • Barbarous name, a meaningless or seemingly meaningless word used in magic rituals
  • Socialism or Barbarism, a 2001 book about globalism by István Mészáros
  • War crime, an act that constitutes a serious violation of the law of war

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