Clemente Angelo Lisi's A History of the World Cup: 1930-2014 PDF

By Clemente Angelo Lisi

ISBN-10: 1442245735

ISBN-13: 9781442245730

In A heritage of the realm Cup, Clemente Lisi chronicles the most well-liked wearing occasion on the planet, delivering vibrant debts of person video games from the tournament’s origins in 1930 to fashionable occasions.

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Looking back on Marx's work as a whole, Althusser, the French Communist philosopher, elaborates on this idea 'Without the proletariat's class struggle, Marx could not have adopted the point of view of class exploitation, or carried out his scientific work. In this scientific . : . 30 Ideology and Class Consciousness work, which bears the mark of all his culture and genius, he has to the workers movement in a theoretical form what he took from it in a political and ideological form. '" But where, then, more exactly, should one draw the line between the two ideologies?

This advance in peasant ideology to the maturer form of voicing a demand for equality of status and freedom from villeinage as a right is noted by G. M. Trevelyan in his comment on the revolt of 1381 'The rising of 1381 [he writes] sets it beyond doubt that the peasant had grasped the conception of complete personal liberty, that he held it degrading to perform forced labour, and that he considered freedom to be his right. '^ : Peasants 44 However, in all these late-medieval movements (as also in the Hungarian rising of 1514 led by Dozsa), the peasants found leaders from outside their ranks, and it appears that, in each case, the peasants' inherent ideology, arising directly from his deprivations and frustrations under seigneurial domination, was further enriched by the ideas of leaders who were generally sprung from the lower clergy or lesser nobility but often, too, from demobilized soldiers or from wealthier peasants who had won their freedom through commutation or had fallen out with the authorities.

At a slightly higher level of sophistication came the incorporation into popular speech of such radical terms as 'patriots' (this applied to all three countries), and (in France) 'social contract', 'Third Estate' and the 'Rights of Man'. The latter also gave its name to the more structured political programme of revolution in the Declaration of Rights in France (August 1789) which followed the earlier programme of revolution in America proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence of 776. The means whereby these new ideas were transmitted naturally varied between one country and another; but, in all, of course, a great deal depended on the state of literacy among the common people.

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