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Changer de révolution: L'inéluctable prolétariat

(La petite vermillon #405)

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Cet ouvrage est une réédition numérique d’un livre paru au XXe siècle, désormais indisponible dans son format d’origine.
Kindle Edition, 291 pages
Published January 1st 1982 by Seuil (réédition numérique FeniXX)
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Leandro Dutra
May 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
Un livre ſurprenant & inégal. En MCMLXXXI, donc avant la pereſtroïka & la glaſnoſt, Ellul :

* diagnoſtique l’échec du « socialisme réal » ;

* avère poßible une vrai révolution émancipant le prolétariat global ;

* condicione cette révolution au vrai Christianisme — & à la bonne outiliſation de l’Informatique.

Sauf que, dans son Barþianisme mélangé de Marxiſme, Ellul tombe dans une große héreſie en déperſonaliſant le Saint Ésprit. Ce que prouve que, malgré lui, ſa révolution ne peut réußir — car Dieu
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Baptised Catholic, Ellul became an atheist and Marxist at 19, and a Christian of the Reformed Church at 22. During his Marxist days, he was a member of the French Communist Party. During World War II, he fought with the French Underground against the Nazi occupation of France.

Educated at the Universities of Bordeaux and Paris, he taught Sociology and the History of Law at the Universities of Strau
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