Le 18 Brumaire de Louis Bonaparte

Le Brumaire de Louis Bonaparte The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte is one of Karl Marx most profound and most brilliant monographs It may be considered the best work extant on the philosophy of history with an eye especially

  • Title: Le 18 Brumaire de Louis Bonaparte
  • Author: Karl Marx
  • ISBN: 9782253082415
  • Page: 446
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  • The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte is one of Karl Marx most profound and most brilliant monographs It may be considered the best work extant on the philosophy of history with an eye especially upon the history of the Movement of the Proletariat together with the bourgeois and other manifestations that accompany the same and the tactics that such conditions dictaThe Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte is one of Karl Marx most profound and most brilliant monographs It may be considered the best work extant on the philosophy of history with an eye especially upon the history of the Movement of the Proletariat together with the bourgeois and other manifestations that accompany the same and the tactics that such conditions dictate Excerpt from Preface

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    1. Karl Marx

      In 1818, Karl Marx, descended from a long line of rabbis, was born in Prussian Rhineland Marx s father converted to Protestantism shortly before Karl s birth Educated at the Universities of Bonn, Jena, and Berlin, Marx founded the Socialist newspaper Vorwarts in 1844 in Paris After being expelled from France at the urging of the Prussian government, which banished Marx in absentia, Marx studied economics in Brussels He and Engels founded the Communist League in 1847 and published the Communist Manifesto After the failed revolution of 1848 in Germany, in which Marx participated, he eventually wound up in London Marx worked as foreign correspondent for several U.S publications His Das Kapital came out in three volumes 1867, 1885 and 1894 Marx organized the International and helped found the Social Democratic Party of Germany Although Marx was not religious, Bertrand Russell later remarked, His belief that there is a cosmic force called Dialectical Materialism which governs human history independently of human volitions, is mere mythology Portraits from Memory, 1956 Marx once quipped, All I know is that I am not a Marxist according to Engels in a letter to C Schmidt see Who s Who in Hell by Warren Allen Smith D 1883.Marx began co operating with Bruno Bauer on editing Hegel s Philosophy of Religion in 1840 Marx was also engaged in writing his doctoral thesis, The Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature, which he completed in 1841 It was described as a daring and original piece of work in which Marx set out to show that theology must yield to the superior wisdom of philosophy the essay was controversial, particularly among the conservative professors at the University of Berlin Marx decided, instead, to submit his thesis to the liberal University of Jena, whose faculty awarded him his PhD in April 1841 As Marx and Bauer were both atheists, in March 1841 they began plans for a journal entitled Archiv des Atheismus Atheistic Archives , but it never came to fruition.Marx has been described as one of the most influential figures in human history Marx is typically cited, with mile Durkheim and Max Weber, as one of the three principal architects of modern social science.More enpedia wiki Karl_Marxplatoanford entries marx econlib library Enc birxists archive marx historyguide intellectc history historicspartacushoolnet.annica EBchecked t

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    1. Der 18te Brumaire des Louis Napoleon = Der achtzehnte Brumaire des Louis Bonaparte = The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, Karl Marxتاریخ نخستین خوانش: سی و یکم ماه می سال 1974 میلادیعنوان: هجدهم برومر (نهم نوامبر) لوئی بناپارت؛ اثر: کارل مارکس؛ ترجمه: محمد پورهرمزان؛ مشخصات نشر: بیجا، بینام،1353، مشخصات ظاهری: 110 ص، عکس، نمونه، چاپ دوم [...]

    2. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، این کتاب تاریخی - سیاسی، که از آثار مشهورِ <کارل مارکس> میباشد، در مورد <لوئی بناپارت> برادر زادهٔ ناپلئون بناپارت مشهور است که چگونه در سال 1848 به عنوانِ رئیس جمهور فرانسه برگزیده شد و مهمتر از همه آنکه: چگونه توانست با کمک نیروهای پشت پرده، در سال 1851 کو [...]

    3. I'd like to specify before launching into my review of this excellent work of analysis that I'm neither a Marxist nor even someone on the Left (though I once was). I do still grant and appreciate the role of economic conditions and relations in conditioning what occurs in politics, culture, law, and religion, but I don't see the economic sphere as determining, or even as predominating, the other dimensions of human existence.That's actually one of the lessons that comes through in this brilliant [...]

    4. Güzel kitap. Fransa cumhuriyete geçti demokratikleşiyo mu falan derken bi tane adam var, popülist söylemlerle halk tarafından cumhurbaşkanı seçiliyo. Darbe yapıp bütün yetkileri kendinde topluyo, muhalefeti susturuyo, en son da meclisi kapatıp kendini imparator ilan ediyo. Fransa'yı savaşa sokuyo.Savaşta yenilince kaçıp gidiyo, Paris Komünü kuruluyo vs. ama o kısımlar bu kitapta yok.Ha bi de Marx köylüleri patatese benzetiyo.

    5. Idiosyncratic and often tough to follow but ultimately valuable as an example of Marx's historical method. Sometimes loses focus or doesn't really make itself clear - there were quite a few sentences that seemed to be missing a clause, a few times he describes a class acting against its class interest as if it's normal, some other stuff I should have noted down. The last couple sections are the best, I think, although I might just have been in a better mood reading them. He often assumes knowled [...]

    6. Creo que lo hubiera disfrutado mucho más si tuviera un mejor conocimiento sobre la historia de Francia durante los siglos XVIII y XIX. Creo que es un ensayo de teoría política muy bueno, pero no llegué a sacarle jugo porque las discusiones en las que anda me resultaron bastante ajenas, entonces me costó hacer el link con alguna cosa que me sea más familiar. Muy bueno leer a Marx haciendo más "opinión" que "teoría". "Tampoco debe creerse que los representantes democráticos son todos sho [...]

    7. This piece is a demonstration of a social scientist's theoretical evolution over time. For my first couple years in college, I was unsure of my theoretical standing. On my good days, I believe in the good of humanity and anarchy in its true sense; on bad days, I know people are terrible and am a communist even though democracy is still probably the most plausible (if it actually worked).Then I began reading Marx fully, not just the required segments. I realized that this piece is the mile-marker [...]

    8. «يصنع الناس تاريخهم بيدهم، لكنهم لا يصنعونه على هواهم، إنهم لا يصنعونه في ظروف يختارونها هم بأنفسهم، بل في ظروف يواجَهون بها، وهي معطاة ومنقولة لهم من الماضي. إن تقاليد جميع الأجيال الغابرة تجثم كالكابوس على أدمغة الأحياء، وعندما يبدو هؤلاء منشغلون فقط في تحويل أنفسهم والا [...]

    9. I have no idea how accurate the history of the events described in this book actually is. The analysis is extremely dense and difficult to follow, but this is slightly beside the point. This book is an attempt to put into practice the principle stated so famously at the beginning of The Communist Manifesto: 'The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.'The problem is, that this is nonsense. While it is certainly the case that class antagonism can be a driving f [...]

    10. Très éclairant sur une période de l'histoire de France que je ne connaissais que fort mal. Karl Marx raconte avec beaucoup de détails les différentes étapes de la prise du pouvoir par Napoléon III, et la chute de la seconde république née de la révolution de 1848. Sans vouloir rien retirer aux mérites de l'auteur, j'ai un peu regretté que les actions des protagonistes ne soient éclairées que du point de vue de l’intérêt. L'indignation, pierre sur laquelle s'aiguise la vertu, et [...]

    11. It's probably not a good idea to attempt this long essay unless one is A) comfortable with the author's heavy, Germanic prose style, and B) familiar with the history of the short-lived, unlamented Second French Republic. Assuming both of these conditions pertain, though, the Eighteenth Brumaire is well worth the time invested in it; it contains some of Marx's bitchiest invective and concludes with a startling observation about the first French Revolution. (Namely, that its winners were not the b [...]

    12. "La historia se repite dos veces, primero como tragedia, despues como farsa" Libro realizado por Marx meses despues del golpe de Estado de Luis Bonaparte en 1851. Análisis histórico, político y económico de este proceso. En cada capítulo se asoman fugaces las ideas fundamentales que Marx desarrollaría más tarde. Tiene una prosa bastante irónica y ácida, mezclada con figuras literarias bastante poéticas, y un sin número de referencias literarias y culturales; que demuestran que el auto [...]

    13. I really struggled with this - but I had downloaded it from manybooks and it didn't really have an introduction or notes - I think Marx is making many very clever asides and observations throughout which, due to my complete lack of knowledge of post-Nepoleon French politics, barely made a whizzing sound as they flew straight over my head. I'll have to track down a penguin edition of this or something that explains all his jokes.

    14. This is Marx at his most poetic. A stunning account of the rise of Napoleon III from a standpoint that does more to elucidate the mechanism of historical materialism than it does to account for one mere revolution in its own right. Marx assumes a hefty knowledge of the events in France from the reader, and this is in my view an error on his part - as such, many of the allusions will fly over the first time reader's head, and the onslaught of French names are often not explained in their context. [...]

    15. Se lee como análisis político más que como periodismo. Marx arranca in medias res, y algunas consultas a la son inevitables. Al cubrir un evento histórico concreto tiene que introducir algunos matices a su esquema sociológico por la intervención del campesinado y del "lumpenproletariado", dos conceptos que a los marxistas posteriores les dieron muchos problemas. Para Marx la primera es una clase transicional políticamente incapaz de adoptar una misión histórica, y la segunda es una esp [...]

    16. excellent work of history; went into this knowing essentially nothing of the Bonaparte the nephew or 19th century France post-Restoration and feel as if I've come out with a decent base knowledge of events. Marx excellently elucidates his often oversimplified theories of capitalism and historical materialism here, hashing out some of the idiosyncrasies of bourgeois rule in the particular context. i believe a focus on the particular (actors, events and contexts) as opposed to the basic structural [...]

    17. Each paragraph of the Constitution contains its own antithesis freedom as a generalization, the abolition of freedom as a specification.--The parliament had pronounced itself for him, but the Constitution pronounced itself against the parliament. Accordingly, he acted both in the sense of the parliament when he tore up the Constitution and in the sense of the Constitution when he chased away the parliament.’Marx depicts in charming verse the foolish contradictions which create political dysfun [...]

    18. Brilliant and beyond comprehensive. Every sentence, every clause is packed with information and revelation in that inexorable Marxist fashion. Not only does Marx portray the [in retrospect, inevitable] self-dissolution of the Parisian bourgeoisie and representative democracy, but he outlines the fundamental factors encouraging such a reflexive abrogation in a way that's eerily prescient. The specter of a class dictatorship outweighed the prospect of dictatorship in one man, and the result was Lo [...]

    19. Attualità di MarxL'altro giorno, 14 marzo, ricorreva il 130° anniversario della morte di Karl Marx. Per puro caso, nello stesso giorno ho finito di leggere Il 18 brumaio di Luigi Bonaparte, che ritengo uno dei testi fondamentali per addentrarsi nelle idee di questo grandissimo pensatore e per apprezzarne appieno l'attualità, a dispetto della vulgata interessata che vorrebbe il pensiero marxiano solo un retaggio del passato.Un primo elemento a favore di questo testo è il tema. Non si tratta d [...]

    20. In his book Thinking the 20th Century Tony Judt says this is the place to start reading Marx, because it has his best thought on history and revolution and such.That may be true (I'm no Marx expert) in terms of it having his best thought, but I suggest not starting here unless you're an expert in mid-19th century French history.

    21. Marx's analysis of this particular period in French history has many analogues in contemporary U.S. politics and class structure. Highly recommended for anyone trying to make sense of the political happenings in the U.S. since 2016.

    22. "Einer Nation und einer Frau wird die unbewachte Stunde nicht verziehen, worin der erste beste Abenteurer ihnen Gewalt antun konnte."Garl Mark's

    23. "The parliamentary republic, in its struggle against the revolution, found itself compelled to strengthen the means and the centralization of governmental power with repressive measures. All revolutions perfected this machine instead of breaking it. The parties, which alternately contended for domination, regarded the possession of this huge state structure as the chief spoils of the victor".Karl Marx wrote this book, on an entirely different event 52 years later, It dealt with the 2 December 18 [...]

    24. Il n’y a aucun doute, si la doctrine matérialiste de Marx ne peut être appliquée partout sans susciter quelques doutes, sa puissance heuristique s’impose lorsqu’il est question d’expliquer les variations dans la qualité de son écriture. En effet, alors que ses analyses faites en France font état d’un esprit dialectique très fin et à l’ironie fertile, celles qu’il produira dans la misère à Londres montrent toujours une intelligence exceptionnelle, mais leur style est déso [...]

    25. Cronaca serrata e analisi illuminante del processo di dissoluzione che colpì la Seconda Repubblica francese (nata nel 1848) e ne provocò la morte sotto il colpo di Stato del dicembre 1851 di Luigi Bonaparte (l’impero sarà proclamato solo nel 1852).Marx descrive le forze in campo – “partito dell’ordine” (monarchici legittimisti e orleanisti: repubblicani controvoglia), borghesi repubblicani “puri”, Montagna democratica, proletariato… –, i loro conflitti, le fughe in avanti, i [...]

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