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Edward Bellamy

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631 READALONG Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy

The SFFaudio Podcast

2hr 33mins

24 May 2021

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630 AUDIOBOOK Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy

The SFFaudio Podcast

7hr 40mins

17 May 2021

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13. Edward Bellamy: ficção científica socialista?

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A Aetia Editorial lançará uma tradução inédita de "Olhando para Trás: de 2000 a 1887" de Edward Bellamy, obra-prima da ficção científica lançada em 1888, e responsável pela propagação inicial de ideias socialistas nos Estados Unidos -- antes de Daniel de Leon, antes de Eugene Debs. Comentamos rapidamente sobre o roteiro do livro e deixamos, na íntegra, o famoso trecho do capítulo 1 em que o narrador apresenta a Parábola da Carruagem. Pré-venda do livro a partir de 2/abril/2021 no endereço www.catarse.me/bellamy (endereço da editora: www.aetia.com.br)  PDF do trecho narrado no episódio (capítulo 1, páginas 15 a 17): https://www.academia.edu/45659070/Edward_Bellamy_Olhando_para_tr%C3%A1s_de_2000_para_1887_trecho_do_cap%C3%ADtulo_1_

15mins

1 Apr 2021

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Yok-Yer'den Okumalar: Ütopya Çiftleri, Edward Bellamy'ye Karşı William Morris

Terrabayt Sohbetleri

Terrabayt Sohbetleri'nde bu ay Onur Alptekin ile birlikte on dokuzuncu yüzyılın en önemli iki ütopya romanını Edward Bellamy'nin Geriye Bakışı ile William Morris'in ona cevabı Hiçbir Yerden Haberler'i karşılaştırmalı konuştuk. Sohbette adı geçen eserler: Edward Bellamy, Geriye Bakış 1887'den 2000'e, İstanbul: İş Bankası Yayınları (Diğer bir çevirisi Edward Bellamy, Geçmişe Bakış 1887'den 2000'e, İstanbul: Say Yayınları) William Morris, Hiçbir Yerden Haberler, İstanbul: Say Yayınları (Diğer bir çevirisi William Morris, Gelecekten Anılar, İstanbul: Ayrıntı Yayınları)

1hr 1min

3 Dec 2020

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美國作家愛德華‧貝拉米(Edward Bellamy)

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本著「真的不用讀完一本書」的最高指導原則,今天我們即將料理的食材,就是一本在西元一八八八年出版後,曾創下百萬冊銷量的暢銷書──《百年回首:2000-1887》(Looking Backward: 2000–1887)出身宗教世家的美國作家愛德華‧貝拉米(Edward Bellamy)。--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/0p7um1gmac8/message

2mins

26 May 2020

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The Blindman's World by Edward Bellamy

LibreCast Audiobooks

This is an audiobook for The Blindman's World by Edward Bellamy, recorded by Kirk Ziegler. This audiobook was originally recorded for LibriVox, but has been edited for a more enjoyable experience. The differences are listed at the end. You can download all LibreCast audiobooks for free as podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1494064567. All audiobooks have chapters, so you can skip around as you'd like.If you'd like to support what I'm doing, consider buying a book at a price you're comfortable with here: https://librecron.com (even nothing, if you just want to read it). The books are also available on Apple Books as DRM free downloads, so you can move them to whatever device you'd like. To make that easier, use Calibre (https://calibre-ebook.com/), a free piece of software that converts ebooks into different formats.  Changes:  * Reduced the silences at the beginning and end of each chapter. * Deleted the narratorial introduction and introduction for LibriVox. Instead, I credit them in the description.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/librecron/support

46mins

5 Feb 2020

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Pledge of Allegiance Secrets from Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy & Germany

Stop the Pledge of Allegiance from Francis Bellamy

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the fascist gesture used under the Third Reich. The pledge caused nazi behavior in the USA too. Francis Bellamy was the author of the pledge and the origin of the Hitler salute that was used in the early pledge's ritualized daily mechanical indoctrination. The early pledge began with a military salute that was then extended outward to point at the flag. In practice the second gesture was performed palm-down. It was not an ancient Roman salute (a debunked myth). Francis and his cousin (Edward Bellamy) were both national socialists in the USA and influenced the KKK (Ku Klux Klan) and the National Socialist German Workers Party, its dogma, rituals and symbols (including the use of the swastika as crossed "S" letters for "socialism"). Although swastikas are ancient symbols that pre-date German National Socialism (Nazism) by centuries, the Nazis did not call their symbol a "swastika" and they did not call themselves "Nazis" (nor "fascists"). They called themselves National Socialists and they called their symbol a Hakenkreuz (hooked cross, a type of cross) and they altered their symbol by turning it 45 degrees from the horizontal and pointing it in the S-direction to symbolize S-letters for their "socialism." They had similar stylized alphabetical symbolism for the "SS" division, the "SA," the "NSV," and even VW (the letters V and W combined for "volkswagen"). (See the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The symbol had previously been used on the money of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), and by the Theosophical Society and by the American national socialist Edward Bellamy, cousin of Francis Bellamy (author of the anti libertarian pledge, the origin of the so-called "German greeting" and robotic chanting). In that sense, many people defame the ancient "swastika" by using that wrong term for the German symbol (which was actually called the "Hakenkreuz") and by failing to distinguish it by its alteration, its orientation and its alphabetical symbolism for S-letters. The widespread misunderstanding causes a lot of unnecessary controversies and provokes people to demand laws to ban the swastika symbol.

2mins

26 Jan 2012

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Swastikas as S-letters symbolism from Edward Bellamy to German Hakenkreuz

Stop the Pledge of Allegiance from Francis Bellamy

Swastikas are ancient symbols that pre-date German National Socialism (Nazism) by centuries. Nazis did not call their symbol a "swastika" and they did not call themselves "Nazis" (nor "fascists"). They called themselves National Socialists and they called their symbol a Hakenkreuz (hooked cross, a type of cross) and they altered their symbol by turning it 45 degrees from the horizontal and pointing it in the S-direction to symbolize S-letters for their "socialism." They had similar stylized alphabetical symbolism for the "SS" division, the "SA," the "NSV," and even VW (the letters V and W combined for "volkswagen"). (See the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The symbol had previously been used on the money of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), and by the Theosophical Society and by the American national socialist Edward Bellamy, cousin of Francis Bellamy (author of the Pledge of Allegiance, the origin of the Nazi salute and robotic chanting). In that sense, many people defame the ancient "swastika" by using that wrong term for the German symbol (the "Hakenkreuz") and by failing to distinguish it by its alteration, its orientation and its alphabetical symbolism for S-letters. The widespread misunderstanding causes a lot of unnecessary controversies and provokes people to demand laws to ban the swastika symbol.

2mins

25 Jan 2012