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The Plebeian experience : a discontinuous history of political freedom, Martin Breaugh ; translated by Lazer Lederhendler

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The Plebeian experience : a discontinuous history of political freedom
Title
The Plebeian experience
Title remainder
a discontinuous history of political freedom
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Martin Breaugh ; translated by Lazer Lederhendler
Title variation
Discontinuous history of political freedom
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  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
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Breaugh, Martin
Dewey number
323.44
Index
index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Lederhendler, Lazer
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Columbia studies in political thought/political history
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  • Democracy
  • Political science
  • Liberty
  • Jacobins
  • Jacobins
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The Plebeian experience : a discontinuous history of political freedom, Martin Breaugh ; translated by Lazer Lederhendler
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-300) and index
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text
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Contents
PART I. WHAT IS "THE PLEBS"? Historical Genesis of the Plebeian Principle ; The Roman Republic: The First Plebeian Secession (494 BCE) ; Florence: The Ciompi Revolt (1378) ; Romans: Carnival and Revolt (1580) ; Excursus 1: On the "Originary Division of the Social" ; Naples: The Revolt of Masaniello (1647) ; Excursus 2: On the "Intractable" ; Philosophical Genesis of the Plebeian Principle ; Machiavelli: The Plebs, Conflict, and Freedom ; Montesquieu: In the Praise of Division ; Vico: The Plebs and the "History of All the Cities of the World" ; Ballanche: The Plebeian Principle ; De Leon: The Leaders of the Plebs ; Foucault: The Plebs--Baseness or Resistance? ; Rancière: The Plebeian Disagreement ; Answer to the Question, " What is 'the Plebs'?" -- PART II. THE QUESTION OF THE FORMS OF POLITICAL ORGANIZATION. Prologue: On the dominant political configuration of modernity ; Sectional Societies and the Sans-Culottes of Paris ; Origin and Action of the Sectional Societies ; First Exemplary Political Struggle: Against Centralization ; Second Exemplary Political Struggle: Against the Great Specialists ; A Practice of Insurrection ; The Insurrection Against the Girondins ; The Insurrection Against the Thermidoreans -- The London Corresponding Society and the English Jacobins ; On the Plebs: Thinking with Thompson Against Thompson ; On the English Jacobins ; Eighteenth-Century England and the French Revolution ; "That the Number of Our Members Be Unlimited" ; "The Liberty Tree" ; A Heritage Without a Testament? ; Plurality ; Political Capacity ; Otherness ; New Political Spaces ; Active Citizenship ; The Paris Commune of 1871 and the Communards ; What is a Communard ; Toward the Paris Commune: A Political Apprenticeship ; Political Clubs Under the Commune: A Radical Democracy ; The Communalist Contribution: Critique of Politics, Practice of Freedom -- PART III. THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN BOND. Prologue: Social bond, political bond, and modernity ; The Sans-Culottes: A Political Bond of Fraternity ; The Sans-Culottes: A Political Bond ; Fraternity in Action ; Politics, Violence, and Fraternity: A Tenuous Political Bond ; Rousseau's Legacy? On Undividedness Among the Sans-Culottes -- 7. The English Jacobins: A Political Bond of Plurality ; The Industrial Revolution in England ; The Break-Up of the Traditional Social Bond ; Rebonding: The London Corresponding Society ; A Political Bond of Division? -- 8. The Communards: A Political Bond of Association ; The Political Situation in France Before the Commune ; A Core Principle of Communal Action: Association ; Association as Political Bond ; Dividedness or Undividedness Among the Communards?
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FIEb17511276
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 316 pages
Isbn
9780231156189
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)842879166
Label
The Plebeian experience : a discontinuous history of political freedom, Martin Breaugh ; translated by Lazer Lederhendler
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-300) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
PART I. WHAT IS "THE PLEBS"? Historical Genesis of the Plebeian Principle ; The Roman Republic: The First Plebeian Secession (494 BCE) ; Florence: The Ciompi Revolt (1378) ; Romans: Carnival and Revolt (1580) ; Excursus 1: On the "Originary Division of the Social" ; Naples: The Revolt of Masaniello (1647) ; Excursus 2: On the "Intractable" ; Philosophical Genesis of the Plebeian Principle ; Machiavelli: The Plebs, Conflict, and Freedom ; Montesquieu: In the Praise of Division ; Vico: The Plebs and the "History of All the Cities of the World" ; Ballanche: The Plebeian Principle ; De Leon: The Leaders of the Plebs ; Foucault: The Plebs--Baseness or Resistance? ; Rancière: The Plebeian Disagreement ; Answer to the Question, " What is 'the Plebs'?" -- PART II. THE QUESTION OF THE FORMS OF POLITICAL ORGANIZATION. Prologue: On the dominant political configuration of modernity ; Sectional Societies and the Sans-Culottes of Paris ; Origin and Action of the Sectional Societies ; First Exemplary Political Struggle: Against Centralization ; Second Exemplary Political Struggle: Against the Great Specialists ; A Practice of Insurrection ; The Insurrection Against the Girondins ; The Insurrection Against the Thermidoreans -- The London Corresponding Society and the English Jacobins ; On the Plebs: Thinking with Thompson Against Thompson ; On the English Jacobins ; Eighteenth-Century England and the French Revolution ; "That the Number of Our Members Be Unlimited" ; "The Liberty Tree" ; A Heritage Without a Testament? ; Plurality ; Political Capacity ; Otherness ; New Political Spaces ; Active Citizenship ; The Paris Commune of 1871 and the Communards ; What is a Communard ; Toward the Paris Commune: A Political Apprenticeship ; Political Clubs Under the Commune: A Radical Democracy ; The Communalist Contribution: Critique of Politics, Practice of Freedom -- PART III. THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN BOND. Prologue: Social bond, political bond, and modernity ; The Sans-Culottes: A Political Bond of Fraternity ; The Sans-Culottes: A Political Bond ; Fraternity in Action ; Politics, Violence, and Fraternity: A Tenuous Political Bond ; Rousseau's Legacy? On Undividedness Among the Sans-Culottes -- 7. The English Jacobins: A Political Bond of Plurality ; The Industrial Revolution in England ; The Break-Up of the Traditional Social Bond ; Rebonding: The London Corresponding Society ; A Political Bond of Division? -- 8. The Communards: A Political Bond of Association ; The Political Situation in France Before the Commune ; A Core Principle of Communal Action: Association ; Association as Political Bond ; Dividedness or Undividedness Among the Communards?
Control code
FIEb17511276
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 316 pages
Isbn
9780231156189
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)842879166

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