4 edition of Science, industry, and the social order in post-revolutionary France found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Collected studies series ;, CS489, Collected studies ;, CS489.|
|LC Classifications||T26.F8 F66 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||95002625|
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―Robert Fox, author of Science, Industry, and the Social Order in Post-Revolutionary France Review "This review cannot do justice to a magisterial work that illuminates a critical phase in the historical relationship between thought and action, the classical theme of humanismCited by: 4.
[T]he book offers the best account written so far of science during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic years."—Pietro Corsi, British Journal for the History of Science "This much anticipated, magisterial second volume of Gillispies's Science and Polity in France at the End of the Old Regime [is] a powerful chronicle of the social.
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Robert Fox (born 7 October ) MA, DPhil, FRHistS is a leading British authority on the history of is interested in the history of sciences and technology in Europe from the 18th century onwards. He has published extensively.
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Goldstein’s following book, The Post-Revolutionary Self: Politics and Psyche in France, – (Harvard University Press, ), which won the David Pinkney Prize of the Society for French Historical Studies, explored the mutability and shifting cultural salience of what passes for a self by tracing the emergence of the unified moi as a.
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Fox R () Science, industry and the social order in post–revolutionary France. Variorum collected studies series,Ashgate Variorum Google Scholar Fox R, Guagnini A (eds) () Education, technology and industrial performance in Europe, –Author: Charles Coulston Gillispie, Raffaele Pisano.
Start studying Social Studies Mid-Term. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The political cartoon is making a statement about the social order in prerevolutionary France. The stooped figure in the center carrying a burden on his shoulders most likely represents the post-revolutionary leader.
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HIST British History: British history from the Celts to the 21st century—economic, political, religious, and social change. HISTFrance. ancien régime, –—French Revolutions of, and ; Napoleonic Empire; monarchy, republicanism, and dictatorship; society and culture in post-Revolutionary France.
The Post–Revolutionary Self: Politics and Psyche in France, by Jan Goldstein Beginning with a fresh consideration of the place of sensationalism in the Old Regime and the French Revolution, Jan Goldstein traces a post-Revolutionary politics of selfhood that reserved the Cousinian moi for the educated elite, outraged Catholics and.
Book review. Social Epistemology, Vol. 12, Issue. 2, p. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Science and Authority in Post-Revolutionary France, Manchester, Lenoir, Timothy, The Strategy of Life: Teleology and Mechanics in Cited by: Auguste Comte () grew up in post revolutionary France.
There was much political disorder and chaos as well as many other social problems (poverty, disease, etc.) throughout France.
Comte began to see that what society needed was a method toward restoration. He believed that "order should be restored.