Reflecţii asupra Revoluţiei Franceze (2020)

Reflecţii asupra Revoluţiei Franceze François Furet Mircea Vasilescu Reflec ii asupra Revolu iei Franceze Ceea ce constituie originalitatea Fran ei contemporane nu este faptul de a fi trecut de la monarhia absolut la regimul reprezentativ sau de la lumea nobiliar la societatea burghez Europa a parcurs ace
  • Title: Reflecţii asupra Revoluţiei Franceze
  • Author: François Furet Mircea Vasilescu
  • ISBN: 9789735032289
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
Reflecţii asupra Revoluţiei Franceze François Furet Mircea Vasilescu Ceea ce constituie originalitatea Fran ei contemporane nu este faptul de a fi trecut de la monarhia absolut la regimul reprezentativ sau de la lumea nobiliar la societatea burghez Europa a parcurs acela i drum f r Revolu ie i f r iacobini chiar dac evenimentele franceze au putut, pe ici, pe colo, s accelereze evolu ia i s fabrice imitatori Or, Revolu ia Fran Ceea ce constituie originalitatea Fran ei contemporane nu este faptul de a fi trecut de la monarhia absolut la regimul reprezentativ sau de la lumea nobiliar la societatea burghez Europa a parcurs acela i drum f r Revolu ie i f r iacobini chiar dac evenimentele franceze au putut, pe ici, pe colo, s accelereze evolu ia i s fabrice imitatori Or, Revolu ia Francez nu este o tranzi ie, este o origine i o fantasm a originii Interesul ei istoric e dat de ceea ce are unic, i, de altfel, tocmai acest unic a devenit universal cea dint i experien a democra iei Fran ois FURET
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  1. Ben Cullimore

    Interpreting the French Revolution, Fran ois Furet s most famous and widely celebrated text, represents an important and fascinating addition to the debate over the nature and significance of the French Revolution Split into two distinct parts, Furet s work savagely critiques the classical or Marxist interpretation of the Revolution, which, until the book s publication in 1978, had largely dominated the popular historiographical approach favoured by historians of the period Coming from an ex com [...]

  2. Philippe Malzieu

    In his introduction, Furet says that the French Revolution is finished For him, the republican model could not be questionned The monarchical risk of restoration is worthless France thus would be pacified and linked.Is it truth The Hate against rich person is never also violent They are not killed but the murder is symbolic 75 % taxes it s a way of denying the person And there is this quite French arrogance to want to teach lessons to the world I m french By the way, it s n cessary to read Furet [...]

  3. John Minster

    An interesting analysis of various modes of understanding the French Revolution Furet discusses competing frameworks for analyzing the event, largely those with a conceptual and detached understanding vs those with a vested interest in the revolutionary ideology I would have gotten out of it if I simply had a better understanding of each respective author, as while he gives you explanations, the book still relies on prior knowledge That said there are still some good insights regarding Jacobini [...]

  4. Aung Sett Kyaw Min

    A semiotically oriented critique of the mainstream interpretation of the French Revolution Furet s prose can be torturous at times The books is divided into three parts, but most of Furet s revisionist ideas are concentrated in the introductory part, where he takes multiple stabs at Marxist historiographers for pigeonholing the Revolution into what he calls a vulgarized Marxist schema They failed to take a critical distance from the tradition practiced by the revolutionaries themselves and perfo [...]

  5. Colm Gillis

    I would have given this 6 stars if I could One of the best books I ve read Furet has a brilliant style and he presents a conservative version of the French Revolution, without at the same deprecating the supporters of the event If you want to write an analysis of competing ideas concerning a certain question, then look no further.

  6. Clare

    This wonderful book about the history of the French revolution is full of ideas In particular, the idea that intellectuals are the worst people to govern as they believe in ideals, hence Robespierre killing people in the name of the people.

  7. PaoloMerolla

    Furet shows as it was never done before that with Revolution the sun of the future is not the new world, and the new man is not seen.

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