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Talmon, Jacob : Die Geschichte der totalitären Demokratie Band I

Die Ursprünge der totalitären Demokratie

At the center of this first volume lie the theories of social science propagated by authors such as Helvetius, Holbach, Morelly and Mably as well as Rousseau¿s concept of the "general will" of the people. The author describes the development of the French Revolution as a checkered struggle between the followers of a social balance of power and those who stood for the pure ideals of the Revolution as found in the teachings of Babeuf during the Reign of Terror.


At the center of this first volume lie the theories of social science propagated by authors such as Helvetius, Holbach, Morelly and Mably as well as Rousseau¿s concept of the "general will" of the people. The author describes the development of the French Revolution as a checkered struggle between the followers of a social balance of power and those who stood for the pure ideals of the Revolution as found in the teachings of Babeuf during the Reign of Terror.


Fr. 110.00
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ISBN: 978-3-525-31011-3
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