Translators’ note: Founded in in West Berlin by Agnoli and other figures such as Hans Magnus Enzensberger and William Borm, the Republican Club was. Offener Marxismus: e. Gespräch über Dogmen, Orthodoxie u. d. Häresie d. Realität by Ernest Mandel(Book) 13 editions published between and in. Johannes Agnoli, Self: Agnoli – Das negative Potential. Johannes Agnoli was born on February 22, in Valle di Cadore, Venice, Italy. He died on May 4.

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Agnoli grew up in Bellunonorthern Italy. As a pupil, he became an admirer of Benito Mussolini ‘s fascism and a member of the fascist youth organization, because this was considered a type of anoli or non-bourgeois behavior.

Johannes Agnoli Opposed to Parliamentary Democracy

Graduating from school inhe then volunteered for the Wehrmachtthe German military, and was sent to Yugoslavia to combat Partisans. In the re-educational classes, he aided in the philosophy course using Wilhelm Windelband ‘s History of Philosophy thus also learning German.

Naturalized as a German inAgnoli did his doctorate in political agjoli about Giambattista Vico ‘s philosophy of law under the supervision of Eduard Spranger.


Inhe started working as the assistant of Ferdinand A. Hermensthe only political scientist at the University of Cologne at the time. The two married in After it was reported that Agnoli called on the West German government to recognize the socialist German Democratic Republic East Germanyhe came into conflict with Hermens and his contract was not renewed.

Agnoli worked as Flechtheim’s assistant until becoming a professor in his own right in InDie Transformation der Demokratie The Transformation of Democracythe book most commonly associated with Agnoli, was published. This book was read very widely in the German student movement ofleading Die Zeit to refer to it as the movement’s “Bible”.

He argues that, historically, fascism was the first method of repressing social unrest by integrating the masses and mohannes allowing for johaannes destruction of parliamentarianism.

However, this did not turn out to be a long-term solution. Capital had to revert to parliamentarian forms of government, according to Agnoli. He argues that it was able to do so by “transforming” parliamentary rule to exclude the possibility of revolutionary insurrection. He names several methods: This causes a parliamentary system to become no more than a pluralistic version of one-party ruleaccording to Agnoli.


Elections only decide which politicians get to run policies which have already been decided anyway. He viewed West Germany as the prototype of such a “transformed” parliamentary democracy, agnoi no longer allows for revolutionary parliamentary action.

InAgnoli retired. He moved to his vacation home in LuccaTuscany — without his wife.

He had bought the house in the s. He died there in Agnollhis wife Barbara published a biography of Agnoli titled Johannes Agnoli: Eine biografische Skizze Johannes Agnoli: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Johannes Agnoli – Wikipedia

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