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The left but between commemorative and conceptual history as exemplified respectively in the works of Michelet and Tocuevifle In this book Franois Furet analyses how an event like the French Revolution can be conceptualised and identifies the radically new changes the Revolution produced as well as the continuity it provided albeit under the appearance of change This uestion has become a riddle for the European left answered neither by Marx nor by the theorists of our own century In his analysis of the tragic relevance of the Revolution Furet both refers to contemporary experience and dis. So what is historiography It s the principles theories or methodology of scholarly historical research and presentation And what is interpreting It translating proving meaning making things easier to understandFuret divides his book into two parts Part I The Revolution is Over Part II Three approaches to the history of the French Revolution 1 The Revolutionary Catechism 2 De Tocueville and the problem of the French Revolution 3 Augustin Cochin the theory of Jacobinism Part I according to the author deals with how the Revolution came to be what it was and what it resulted in socialist fascist communist movements Part II written before Part I deals with how he came to the answer studying Alexis de Tocueville and Augustin CochinHere are some of my brief notes from the bookHistorians of the French Revolution were often first asked their political stanceThe 1789 Revolution was a societal and government breakdown Afterwards church monarchy and nobility returned resulting in continuity The Revolution deals with democratization of society before 1789 and far beyond 1794 and 1799 What actually happened Before 1789 absolution and nobility prevailed After 1789 liberty and bourgeoisie came into their own The Revolution was not simple cause effect It was not an event but a complex processphenomenon agricultural industrial meteorological and social Different meanings were had by historians as compared to revolutionaries when they were living itDe Tocueville Democracy in America and Old Regime and the Revolution America is not Europe s childhood it is Europe s child its future The takeover of the society by the administrative estate He takes apart the Revolution and reconceptualizes itCochin in a conceptual rewriting of Michelet complemented de Tocueville Focused not Tocueville s continuity but the break exceptional violence especially 9 Thermidore Robespierre s execution in the political fabricHere s insight about Furet s book from elsewhere Historian Jeremy Popkin says Critics of the Revolution from Edmund Burke to modern historians such as Francois Furet have seen the Terror as an outgrowth of the movement s utopian and unrealistic aspirations Here are some notable uotes from the bookP 31 Rousseau may well have been the most far sighted genius ever to appear in intellectual history for he invented or sensed so many of the problems that were to to obsess the nineteenth century Rousseau is hardly responsible for the French Revolution yet he unwittingly assembled the cultural materials that went into revolutionary consciousness and practice OTOH IMHO Rousseau the author of Social Contract Robespierre s bible is a conflicted impractical libertariantotalitarian licentiousnarian who could not link his utopia with the real world and so provided Robespierre the blueprint to the TerrorP 45 He Tocueville comes close to the definition I am trying to develop when he characterizes the evolution of ideas in late 1788 as follows At first people spoke only of working for a better adjustment in the relations between classes soon they advanced ran rushed toward the idea of pure democracy In the beginning they uoted and commented Montesuieu in the end they talked of no one but Rousseau He became and was to remain the only tutor of the Revolution in its youth Here are what I view as the main problems with the book1 Lack of chapter names Part 1 half the book is entitled The Revolution is Over Chapters are numbered no titles and information is not always faithful to topic paragraphs Part II does have named chapters but the subchapters are numbered and again are no easy reads2 Freuent use of Revolutionary Calendar dates vis a vis traditional calendar dates3 Very dense ultra conceptual book The author obviously knows his subject However the vast majority of readers will need to unpack poetic or muddled meanings Though I ve read perhaps 50 books on the French Revolution I have not spent the time to unpack and decide whether or not his freuent assertions with 10 ten syllable words are poetic or muddled4 Yes again assertions sometimes dubious aplenty without explanations Eg p 79 end of Part I The French Revolution was the first experiment with democracy How about Greece How about the American RevolutionJudging this book for me is like judging abstract modern art one encounters in a museum Is it genius or something else Even after having read some 50 books on the French Revolution I m left wondering Is this a work of genius a random collection of 10 ten syllable words or something else Interpretation is supposed to make things easier to understand However for me much seems to be lost in this translation Therefore not uite sure of anything and with some hesitancy as a fellow author I ll give this book four stars On The Bus Sibling Lust 3 the works of Michelet and Tocuevifle In Robbing Peter this book Franois Furet analyses how an event like Bermmelse the French Revolution can be conceptualised and identifies The First Named Servants Of Ark 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Penser la Révolution Française

The French Revolution is an historical event unlike any other It is than just a topic of intellectual interest it has become part of a moral and political heritage But after two centuries this central event in French history has usually been thought of in much the same terms as it was by its contemporaries There have been many accounts of the French Revolution and though their opinions differ they have often been commemorative or anniversary interpretations of the original event The dividing line of revolutionary historiography in intellectual terms is therefore not between the right and. In his introduction Furet says that the French Revolution is finished For him the republican model could not be uestionned The monarchical risk of restoration is worthless France thus would be pacified and linkedIs 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 uite French arrogance to want to teach lessons to the worldI m frenchBy the way it s n cessary to read Furet because his analysis give a new vision Before him we are complain to accept marxist conception SadoulHis analysis d fined new concept

Summary Penser la Révolution Française

Cusses various elements in the work of Alexis de Tocclueville and that of Augustin Cochin which has never been systematically applied by historians of the Revolution Furet's book is based on the complementary ideas of these two writers in an attempt to cut through the apparent and misleading clarity of various contradictory views of the Revolution and to help decipher some of the enigmatic problems of revolutionary ideology It will be of value to historians of modern Europe and their students; to political social and economic historians; to sociologists; and to students of political thoug. 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


9 thoughts on “Penser la Révolution Française

  1. says:

    Interpreting the French Revolution François 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 critiues the classical or Marxist interpretation of the Revolution which until the book's publication in 1978 had largely dominated the popular historiograph

  2. says:

    In his introduction Furet says that the French Revolution is finished For him the republican model could not be uestionned The monarchical risk of restoration is worthless France thus would be pacified and linkedIs it truth? The Hate against ri

  3. says:

    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

  4. says:

    So what is “historiography”? It’s the principles theories or methodology of scholarly historical research and presentation And what is “interpreting”? It translating proving meaning making things easier to understa

  5. says:

    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

  6. says:

    A semiotically oriented critiue 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 intr

  7. says:

    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

  8. says:

    Препоръчвам на всеки който се вълнува от различните концепти за Френската револлюция Книгата е изключително интересно четиво макар и на моменти сякаш не толкова последователна

  9. says:

    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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