After the French Revolution : six critics of democracy and nationalism

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After the French Revolution : six critics of democracy and nationalism

Jack Hayward

Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991

  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

A study of the ideas and impact of six major political thinkers from the post-French Revolution era - Joseph de Maistre, Henri Saint-Simon, Benjamin Costant, Alexis de Tocqueville, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and Auguste Blanqui. The author looks at the concept of revolution in general, the significance of the French Revolution in particular and how democracy and nationalism have developed in that context.

目次

  • The founding myth - the ideological precursors
  • the founding myth - the protagonists
  • Maistre - the compleat revolutionary?
  • Saint-Simon and the industrial counter-revolution
  • Constant - part-time citizenship and constitutional freedom befor Madame de Stael
  • Tocqueville - the decentralist antidote to bureaucratic democracy
  • proudhon and libertarian socialism
  • conspiratorial communism, revolutionary dictatorship and Blanqui
  • is revolution over?.

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