By Guy Debord
Ce most suitable quantity de los angeles correspondance de man Debord couvre l. a. période allant de los angeles fondation en 1957 de l'Internationale situationniste, jusqu'à sa IVe Conférence en 1960.
On y verra se préciser, au fil des jours, l'unique objectif d'une entreprise qui, en s'appuyant sur les éléments les plus radicaux de l'avant-garde et à travers los angeles building de events, voulait "par tous les moyens, même artistiques", le bouleversement complet de tous les points de los angeles vie.
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In the Habsburg territories the same process was inaugurated through the victories of Ferdinand II and the Counter-Reformation over the local, largely Protestant, Estates in the course of the Thirty Years War and continued through the conquest of Hungary from the Turks, although there the Estates retained some influence. In Denmark too, it was after a war, during which the country had been conquered and defeated, that absolutism was introduced; for the ruling class, the nobility, refused to participate in the taxation required to reduce the enormous debts resulting from the war.
The following admonition to the Dauphin was added: 'if there is a question, as on the occasion which I have just mentioned to you, of the rank you hold in the world, of the rights of your Crown, of the king thus and not of the private individual, make bold use of the loftiness of which your heart and spirit are capable; never betray the glory of your ancestors nor the interest of n your successors, of which you are but the depository Again and again Louis's Memoires emphasise the enormous importance attached to the splendour and might of kingship, the elevation of the king above all others, the 'pre-eminence which constitutes the principal beauty of the place which we are holding'.
France remained above all a European power, and her influence, in the main, confined to Europe. It was only in the two maritime countries, where commerce and industry were able to develop more freely, that we can truly speak of a 'rise of the middle classes' during this period. Only in these two among the major European States did the nobility and its standards not dominate the life of society, did the State not interfere with the details of economic life, was there sufficient 'social mobility' up and down the scale of society to permit a spontaneous growth, did individual entrepreneurs engage in new ventures at home and overseas on their own initiative, and did the trading companies flourish without strong State support and protection.
Correspondance: Juin 1957-Août 1960 (Volume 1) by Guy Debord