In this article we will analyse the fascist regime as a politico-constitutional reality. From a new way of looking at politico-constitutional phenomena, we will interpret them as inscribed on religious grounds. We seek to show that the fascist regime was characterised as having identified the political community as Absolute. It suggests that it appears to constitute a different case in a generic politico-constitutional family of regimes that are characterised as making the political community a supreme good.
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2016|