Georges Sorel





Georges Sorel


Born
in Cherbourg, France
November 02, 1847

Died
August 29, 1922

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Influences
Pierre-Jospeh Proudhon, Karl Marx, Giambattista Vico, Henri Bergson, W ...more


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Reflections on Violence

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The Illusions Of Progress

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From Georges Sorel: Essays ...

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Introduction A L'Economie M...

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Scritti politici. Riflessio...

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Syndicalism: Writings on Re...

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Hermeneutics and the Sciences

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La décomposition du marxisme

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Materiaux D'Une Theorie Du ...

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Les Preoccupations Metaphys...

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“For twenty years I strove to free myself from what I retained of my education; I indulged my curiosity by reading books less to learn than to efface from my memory the ideas that had been thrust upon it.”
Georges Sorel, Reflections on Violence

“Verbal communication is much easier than written communication, because words act on the feelings in a mysterious way and easily establish a current of sympathy between people; it is for this reason that an orator is able to produce conviction by arguments which do not seem very comprehensible to any one reading the speech later.”
Georges Sorel

“All the future of socialism resides in the autonomous development of workers’ syndicates”
Georges Sorel