Beyond the Buttocks as a Political-Geographical Model — A Praxeological Approach to West Germany’s National Revolutionaries

Benedikt Sepp

Abstract


At about the same time at which the West German anti-authoritarian student movement started to thrive in the middle of the sixties, a small group of young activists from the extreme right tried to combine “left” habitual elements with the aspiration to develop a sophisticated and genuinely “right” political theory, eventually leading to a new, young, progressive stance beyond allegedly out-dated categorisations like “left” and “right.” The article examines these self-proclaimed “national revolutionaries” from a praxeological point of view, arguing that the political extremes are constituted rather habitually than ideologically.


Keywords


National revolutionaries; West Germany; New Left; New Right; 20th Century

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13154/mts.56.2016.73-92

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