Paul Corcoran (ed.) Before Marx. Socialism and Communism in France 1830-1848.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Paul Corcoran (ed.) Before Marx: Socialism and Communism in France, 1830-1848.  

Primera edición, Londres, Macmillan, 1983, 240 páginas.

Contents

Preface

Introduction

      PART I     

RADICAL SOCIALISTS AND COMMUNISTS

1. Louis-Auguste Blanqui: Oath of Membership into the Societe des Saisons (1830)

Defence before the Court of Assizes (1832)

2. Richard Lahautière: A Brief Catechism of Social Reform (1839)

3. Theodore Dézamy: Philosophy of the Current Crisis (1840)

4. Jean-Jacques Pillot: The People (1840)

5. The First Communist Banquet (1840)

6. Étienne Cabet: Communist Propaganda (1842)

PART II     

WORKING CLASS SOCIALISTS AND UNIONISTS

7. Émile Varin: To All (1839)

8. L. J. Vannostal: To the Workers (1840)

9. Lenoir: What Progress Is and What It Is Not (1840)

10. Flora Tristan: To Working Men and Working Women (1843)

PART III     

POLITICAL ECONOMISTS

11. Jules Leroux: Political Economy Considered as a Science (1833)

12. J. C. L. Simonde de Sismondi: Of Landed Wealth (1834)

13. Victor Considérant: The New Feudalism (1843)

14. Constantin Pecqueur: Free Trade (1846)

PART IV     

UTOPIAN PUBLICISTS

15. Jules Lechevalier: Of Association (1834)

16. Victor Considérant: Pre-requisite for the Legitimacy of a Social Doctrine (1836)

17. Theodore Dézamy: Laws of the Community (1842)

PART V     

RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIALISTS

18. Prosper Enfantin: To Saint-Simonians Far Away From Paris (1830)

19. Pierre Leroux: Of Philosophy and Christianity (1832)

20. Alphonse Esquiros: The Gospel of the People (1840)

21. Alphonse Constant: The Bible of Liberty (1841)

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