Orazio Maria Gnerre (1993): è dottore in Scienze Politiche, laureato presso l’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano. Si occupa di filosofia, storia del pensiero politico e politica internazionale. Attualmente si dedica allo sviluppo e alla sistematizzazione del pensiero comunitarista. Tra le sue pubblicazioni: Prima che il mondo fosse. Alle radici del decisionismo novecentesco (Milano 2018); Dialogo sul conflitto (con G. La Grassa, Napoli 2019).

Abstract
The conservative revolution is a concept often heard about in political theory, but rarely clearly identified. At the root of this problem is both the way it has been described by those who first dealt with it, and the unclear meaning of terms such as “revolution” and “conservation”, as well as the use of the term in a way that differs from the original one. In this essay, the conservative revolution is neither a general trend of political thought nor a universal temperament of the twentieth century (even if it undoubtedly contributed to its creation), nor an oxymoron in terms, but it is the foundation of a precise philosophy that bases its language on the concepts of temporality and the relationship between politics and history.Keywords: Conservative Revolution, Schmitt, Jünger, Heidegger, Katéchon.

 


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