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revolutionary theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui

Alan B. Spitzer

revolutionary theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui

by Alan B. Spitzer

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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blanqui, Louis Auguste, 1805-1881

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Alan B. Spitzer.
    SeriesColumbia University studies in the social sciences ;, 594
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHX263.B56 S6 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p.
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5700326M
    ISBN 100404515940
    LC Control Number70120198

    In a century replete with radical politics, final liberations, historical codas, and dreams of eternity, the shadowy figure of Louis-Auguste Blanqui, the constant revolutionary, wrote Eternity by the Stars in the last months of while incarcerated in Fort du Taureau, a marine cell of the English Channel.4/5(6). Auguste Blanqui. Auguste Blanqui () was nick-named "l'enfermé" because over half of his adult life was spent in jail. He is remembered as an activist, an insurgent, involved in abortive insurrectionary movements in , , and Blanqui's father, a Tuscan lecturer in philosophy, embraced the French Republic and became a.

    Louis Auguste Blanqui (French pronunciation: [lwi oɡyst blɑ̃ki]; 8 February – 1 January ) was a French socialist and political activist, notable for his revolutionary theory of Blanquism. Louis-Auguste Blanqui. Louis-Auguste Blanqui (–) was arguably one of the most revered, dedicated, and uncompromising communist revolutionaries of the 19th century. He had participated in five abortive revolutions between to

    THE REVOLUTIONARY THEORIES OF Louis AUGUSTE BLANQUI, by Allan B. Spitzer. Columbia Univ. Press, This is a painstaking, if somewhat pedestrian, study of the theories of the “first professional revolutionary” of Europe. Blanqui spent forty of his seventy-six years . The French revolutionary Louis Auguste Blanqui () was an unrelenting enemy of every French regime of the 19th century. The most heroic figure in the French socialist movement, he spent most of his life in prison. Louis Blanqui was born in Puget-Théniers, near Nice, on Feb. 1, While studying and working as a journalist in Paris, in


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Spitzer, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui (). The life and historical role of Blanqui --The philosophic foundations of Blanqui --An idealist interpretation of change and its consequences --Economic theory --Socialism and the revolution --The tradition of Jacobin communism --The reluctant insurrectionist --The theory of permanent insurrection --Conclusion: the revolution as will and idea.

in The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui. Pages: IX–X DOI: Book. The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui Details Author(s). Auguste Blanqui, in full Louis-Auguste Blanqui, (born February 1,Puget-Théniers, France—died January 1,Paris), revolutionary socialist, a legendary martyr-figure of French radicalism, imprisoned in all for more than 33 disciples, the Blanquists, played an important role in the history of the workers’ movement even after his death.

CHAPTER NINE. Conclusion: The Revolution as Will and Idea was published in The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui on page Author: Alan B. Spitzer. The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui Series: Columbia Studies in the Social Looks at the life and historical role of Louis Auguste Blanqui.

Studies his philosophy, economic theories, and socialism. Blanquism refers to a conception of revolution generally attributed to Louis Auguste Blanqui (–) which holds that socialist revolution should be carried out by a relatively small group of highly organised and secretive conspirators.

Having seized power, the revolutionaries would then use the power of the state to introduce is considered a particular sort of "putschism. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages 23 cm. Contents: The Life and Historical Role of Blanqui --The Philosophic Foundations of Blanquism --An Idealist Interpretation of Change and Its Consequences --Economic Theory --Socialism and the Revolution --The Tradition of Jacobin Communism --The Reluctant Insurrectionist --The Theory.

If the name Blanqui is still quite widely known, the man behind the name remains obscure. The Oxford English Dictionary tells us that “Blanquism” is “the doctrine that socialist revolution must be initiated by a small conspiratorial group, advocated by the French revolutionary communist Louis Auguste Blanqui ()”.

[2]. The recently released Communist Insurgent tells the life story of French revolutionary Louis-Auguste Blanqui, and with it the history of a period of extraordinary social and political upheaval. Haymarket Books interviewed the author, Doug Enaa Greene, to understand the relevance of an often maligned or neglected publish this interview to mark the anniversary of Blanqui's death on 1.

In other words, Blanqui does not oppose theory per se. Instead, he enthusiastically embraces the revolution’s capacity for inventive thought. “A revolution improvises more ideas in one day,” he wrote in July“than the previous thirty years were able to wrest from the brains of a thousand thinkers.

This is because a revolution. About Louis-Auguste Blanqui: French socialist and political activist, notable for his revolutionary theory of Blanquism, which believes a revolution can 4/5(8). Product Information. In a century replete with radical politics, final liberations, historical codas, and dreams of eternity, the shadowy figure of Louis-Auguste Blanqui, the constant revolutionary, wrote Eternity by the Stars in the last months of while incarcerated in Fort du Taureau, a marine cell of the English Channel.

Louis Auguste Blanqui: | | ||| | Louis Auguste Blanqui | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. The Cult of the Revolutionary Tradition: The Blanquists in French Politics, Spitzer, Alan.

The Revolutionary Theories of Louis-Auguste Blanqui. The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui by Alan B Spitzer starting at $ The Revolutionary Theories of Louis Auguste Blanqui has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books. About The Blanqui Reader.

First English-language collection of writings by the legendary nineteenth-century insurrectionist. Louis Auguste Blanqui (–) was one of the most important and controversial figures in nineteenth-century French revolutionary politics, and he played a major role in all of the great upheavals that punctuated his life—the insurrections ofand – In a century replete with radical politics, final liberations, historical codas, and dreams of eternity, the shadowy figure of Louis-Auguste Blanqui, the constant revolutionary, wrote Eternity by the Stars in the last months of while incarcerated in Fort du Taureau, a marine cell of the English Channel.

Consider Tocqueville’s description of one of the most prominent revolutionary socialist leaders: Louis-Auguste Blanqui. of theory than men of action.” and the Revolution.” One.Blanqui, Louis Auguste Born Feb.

1,in Puget-Théniers, near Nice; died Jan. 1,in Paris. French revolutionary, a Utopian Communist. Born into the family of a subprefect. Blanqui was an active participant in the republican and democratic movement during the period of the Bourbon restoration (–30), the July Revolution ofand the.Louis Auguste Blanqui (French pronunciation: [lwi oɡyst blɑ̃ki]; 8 Februaryin Puget-Théniers, Alpes-Maritimes – 1 Januaryin Paris) was a French socialist and political activist, notable for his revolutionary theory of Blanquism.