An Intellectual History of The French Revolution

Revolutionary Ideas: An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from The Rights of Man to Robespierre

Jonathan Israel, "Revolutionary Ideas: An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from The Rights of Man to Robespierre"
ISBN: 0691151725 | 2014 | PDF | 888 pages | 18 MB
Revolutionary Ideas: An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from The Rights of Man to Robespierre

Jonathan Israel, "Revolutionary Ideas: An Intellectual History of the French Revolution from The Rights of Man to Robespierre"
English | ISBN: 0691151725 | 2014 | 888 pages | EPUB, MOBI | 3 MB

David Fernbach, Eric Hazan - A People's History of the French Revolution [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Nov. 25, 2016
David Fernbach, Eric Hazan - A People's History of the French Revolution [Repost]

David Fernbach, Eric Hazan - A People's History of the French Revolution
2014 | ISBN: 1781685894 | English | 432 pages | EPUB | 1.6 MB

A Socialist History of the French Revolution  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at Aug. 31, 2015
A Socialist History of the French Revolution

A Socialist History of the French Revolution by Jean Jaurès
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0745335004 | 240 pages | PDF | 8,5 MB
Before the Deluge: Public Debt, Inequality, and the Intellectual Origins of the French Revolution (repost)

Before the Deluge: Public Debt, Inequality, and the Intellectual Origins of the French Revolution by Michael Sonenscher
English | 18 Mar. 2007 | ISBN: 069112499X | 440 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Ever since the French Revolution, Madame de Pompadour's comment, "Après moi, le déluge" (after me, the deluge), has looked like a callous if accurate prophecy of the political cataclysms that began in 1789. But decades before the Bastille fell, French writers had used the phrase to describe a different kind of selfish recklessness–not toward the flood of revolution but, rather, toward the flood of public debt.
The Economics of Keynes in Historical Context: An Intellectual History of the General Theory

Michael Lawlor, "The Economics of Keynes in Historical Context: An Intellectual History of the General Theory"
English | ISBN: 0333977173 | 2007 | 376 pages | PDF | 1 MB
History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by Francois-Auguste Mignet [Repost]

History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by Francois-Auguste Mignet
English | October 7, 2006 | ISBN: 1426435819 | 409 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Then a veil falls. But some can lift it, to behold a far different, a far more stirring vision, and to such the deeper causes of the Terror are revealed. For they behold a vast multitude, stained with care, haggard, forlorn, striving, dying, toiling even to their death, that the passing whim of a tyrant may be gratified.
The Modern Mind: An Intellectual History of the 20th Century (Repost)

Peter Watson, "The Modern Mind: An Intellectual History of the 20th Century"
English | 2002 | ISBN: 0060084383, 1439558647, 0060194138 | 864 pages | Djvu + EPUB + MOBI | 9 MB

A People's History of the French Revolution  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at Sept. 16, 2014
A People's History of the French Revolution

A People's History of the French Revolution by David Fernbach, Eric Hazan
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1781685894 | 432 pages | EPUB | 1,6 MB

An Intellectual History of the Caribbean  

Posted by MoneyRich at Sept. 15, 2014
An Intellectual History of the Caribbean

An Intellectual History of the Caribbean (New Directions in Latino American Cultures) by Silvio Torres-Saillant
Palgrave Macmillan; First Edition | December 22, 2005 | English | ISBN: 1403966761 | 304 pages | PDF | 1 MB

The first intellectual history of the Caribbean written by a top Caribbean studies scholar, this book examines both writings penned by natives of the region as well as a body of texts interpretive of the region produced by Western authors. Stressing the experiential and cultural particularity of the Caribbean, the study considers four major questions: What art, literature or thought can come from the minds of people who have undergone a catastrophic history? What makes the conceptual paradigms fashioned by the Western intellectual industry capable of illuminating the distinct experience of Antilleans, but not vice versa? Do Antilleans lack the intellectual history required for the interpretation of culture, whether in their region or elsewhere in the world? Why is the specificity of Caribbean humanity such that it cannot be used as a paradigm for humanity as a whole?