拉丁区别

普林斯顿—越来越多的人用两分法看待欧洲。法国总统奥朗德一直在挤眉弄眼地意欲建立新的拉丁区,让西班牙和意大利加入法国的反对财政紧缩阵营。在这一点上,拉丁优势形成了一个更广的关于国家确保收入和创造财富、更少地沉迷于个人工作的“新教主义”的观点。

这一方案一点都不新奇。正如意大利哲学家阿加姆本(Giorgio Agamben)最近所强调的,这从战后伊始就开始了。1945年8月,法国知识分子科耶夫(Alexandre Kojève)向戴高乐将军建言新外交政策,提出要以介于盎格鲁-美利坚资本主义和苏维埃-斯拉夫马克思主义之间的“第三条道路”为基础。

但这并不是最老旧的法国欧洲观。19世纪中叶,拿破仑三世实际上建立了一个拉丁货币联盟,它包括比利时、意大利和瑞士。拿破仑把这视为单一世界货币的潜在基础。

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