4 edition of From Georges Sorel found in the catalog.
From Georges Sorel
|Statement||edited and with an introd. by John L. Stanley and translated by John and Charlotte Stanley.|
|LC Classifications||HX266 .S593 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||388 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||75016902|
Georges Sorel was born in in Cherbourg. His father was an i~nsuccessful businessman, and the family was forced to practise extreme austerity. According to his cousin, the historian Albert Sorel, Georges Sorel early showed exceptional mathematical gifts. In I he became a student at the hole Polytechnique in Paris, and five. Reflections on violence by Sorel, Georges, Georges Sorel; 32 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Klassenstrijd, Strikes and lockouts, Politiek geweld, Syndicalisme, Violence, Vakbeweging, Syndicalism, Social conflict, Grèves et lock-out, Stakingen, History of ideas, intellectual history, Violence in society, Political Science, Labor Disputes, Social Movements, Politics / Current Format: Ebook/DAISY3.
Jan 01, · Georges Sorel, Prophet Without Honor. (Harvard Historical Studies, Volume lix.) by Richard Humphrey. The result is a strangely unhistorical and unperceptive book. Every motif in Sorel’s work is treated thoroughly and seriously, but somehow all the accents are misplaced. The man never comes alive for the ironical reason that all his poses. La révolution dreyfusienne de Georges Sorel et d'autres livres, articles d'art et de collection similaires disponibles sur le-jasmin-briancon.com
Mar 06, · Imagining the Worker’s Revolution: The Case of Georges Sorel. Eric Brandom is a James Carey Fellow in the History Department at Kansas State University and is at work on a book, Autonomy and Violence, Georges Sorel and the Problem of Liberalism. He is a contributing editor at JHIblog, and tweets at @ebrandom. Sorel: Reflections on Violence (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Georges Sorel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at le-jasmin-briancon.com
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Sorel: Reflections on Violence (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Georges Sorel (). May 31, · Reflections on Violence (Dover Books on History, Political and Social Science) [Georges Sorel, T. Hulme, J. Roth, Edward A. Shils] on le-jasmin-briancon.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Sorel developed an original and provocative theory on the positive, even creative, role of myth and violence in the historical process.
Sorel was a civil servant who fervently believed that only the clearest /5(13). Georges Sorel’s most popular book is Reflections on Violence.
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Georges Sorel has 30 books on Goodreads with ratings. Georges Sorel’s most popular book. Georges Sorel is the author of Reflections on Violence ( avg rating, ratings, 23 reviews, published ), The Illusions Of Progress ( avg ra /5. Reflections on Violence (French: Réflexions sur la violence), published inis a book by the French revolutionary syndicalist Georges Sorel on class struggle and revolution.
Sorel is known for his theory that political revolution depends on the proletariat organizing violent uprisings and strikes to institute syndicalism, an economic system in which syndicats (self-organizing groups of Author: Georges Sorel.
Feb 08, · Reflections on Violence first appeared as a series of articles in Le Mouvement Socialiste in ; it appeared in book form two years later, and translations extended its influence around the world. Sorel addresses the factors underlying revolutionary movements and examines the roles of violence (the revolutionary denial of the existing social Brand: Alpha Editions.
Georges Sorel () wrote an assessment of Socialism which often did not account for political realities. Sorel's work appealed to Marxists, socialists and anti-socialists, monarchists, traditionalists, and "Fascists" (whatever Fascism means)/5(13).
Georges Sorel’s ReﬂectionsonViolenceis one of the most contro-versial books of the twentieth century: J. Priestley argued that if one could grasp why a retired civil servant had written such a book then the modern age could be understood.
It heralded the political turmoil of the decades that were to follow its publication and pro. He is the author of The Sociology of Virtue: The Political and Social Theories of Georges Sorel and the translator and editor of The Illusions of Progress by Georges Sorel and From Georges Sorel: Essays in Socialism and Philosophy.
John L. Stanley () was professor of political science at the University of California at Riverside. Georges Sorel was born on November 2, in Cherbourg (now Cherbourg-Octeville), France, into a bourgeois family. Career Georges Sorel became a civil engineer working for the government.
At the age of 45 he retired on a small pension and spent the remainder of his life living in the suburbs of Paris studying, reflecting, and writing. Georges Sorel's Reflections on Violence is one of the most controversial books of the twentieth century: J. Priestley argued that if one could grasp why a retired civil servant had written such a book then the modern age could be understood.
It heralded the political turmoil of the decades that were to follow its publication and provided inspiration for Marxists and Fascists alike. Georges Eugène Sorel was a French philosopher and theorist of revolutionary syndicalism.
His notion of the power of myth in people's lives inspired anarchists, Marxists, and Fascists. It is, together with his defense of violence, the contribution for which he is most often remembered. Georges Sorel, French political thinker, was born in Cherbourg in and died in Boulogne-surSeine, near Paris, in A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique, he was a successful engineer in the government department of Fonts et Chaussees until He then retired to the suburbs of Paris and.
Sep 01, · About the Book. Georges Sorel's reputation as a proponent of violence has helped to link his ideas to fascist and totalitarian thought.
Much of the literature on Sorel as developed this theme, at the expense of what Sorel himself stated as his primary purpose, "the discovery of. Georges Eugène Sorel (2 November – 29 August ) was a French philosopher and theorist of le-jasmin-briancon.com notion of the power of myth in people's lives inspired anarchists, Marxists, and Fascists.
It is, together with his defense of violence, the contribution for which he is most often remembered. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Georges Sorel's Reflections on Violence () remains a controversial text to this day.
It unashamedly advocates the use of violence as a means of putting an end to the corrupt politics of bourgeois democracy and of bringing down capitalism. I Georges Sorel's book 'Reflections On Violence' is an ugly, hate-filled book.
The author was a socialist war monger. He harbored a ferocious desire for violent class warfare and apocalyptic revolution. In fact, Sorel was so belligerent that he consistently used the word 'peacemaker' in a pejorative sense.
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Reflections on Violence Georges Sorel: Introduction to the. Nov 02, · In reality, what Sorel wanted to say is that Maurras, positivist and intellectualist, had repudiated democracy only under its political aspect and not in its philosophical foundation” (Georges Sorel [Paris: Marcel Rivière, ]).
National Revolutionaries. Sorelwould influence Barrès and. Sorel:ReﬂectionsonViolence Georges Sorel’s ReﬂectionsonViolenceis one of the most contro- versial books of the twentieth century: J. B. Priestley argued that if one could grasp why a retired civil servant had written such a book.Georges Sorel, the French pragmatist philosopher and social theorist, was born in Cherbourg and was trained at the École Polytechnique.
He served as an engineer with the French roads and bridges department for twenty-five years in Corsica, the Alps, Algeria, and Perpignan before retiring at the age of forty-five to devote himself to scholarship.Dec 31, · Book Summary: The title of this book is Reflections on Violence and it was written by Georges Sorel, The Perfect Library (Editor).
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