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Cecil Rhodes, qui De Beers Mining Company condidit et British South Africa Company tenuit, quae Rhodesiam pro eo instituit. Voluit "pingere tabulam Britannicum rubrum", et exclamavit: "Hae omnes stellae . . . hi vasti mundi, qui praeter coniectum manent! Si possim, velim alia planeta adiungere!"[1]

Imperialismus est consilia, usus, vel sententia ut potestas diciove unius civitatis augeatur, praecipue a recta terrae adeptione, vel a regimine non recto de politica oeconomicave aliarum terrarum vita; latissime, is est propagatio potestatis, auctoritatis, vel potentiae.

Imperialismo saepe sunt duae significationes: haec actionem describit; haec animum.

1. Actio: Imperialismus est facinus potestatis, dicionis, vel regiminis extensi ab una civitate super terras praeter suos fines.

2. Animus: Imperialismus est opinio superioritatis super alios populos.

Rosa Luxemburg suam operam "Accumulatio capitalis" (theodisce:Die Accumulation des Kapitals) contra imperialismum scripsit anno 1913. Et Vladimirus Lenin imperialismum ultimum gradum capitalismi et opus "Imperialismus, ut ultimus stadus capitalismi" anno 1916 scripsit.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. S. Gertrude Millin, Rhodes (London, 1933), p. 138.

FontesRecensere

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