HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 40: William Godwin, Maximilien Robespierre, Radicalization

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13 Apr 2016
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Intellectual enlightenment 17th c: continued into 18th 19thc. Disciples of robespierre and rousseau believed that no tinkering a build from ground up. Francois babeuf 1760-1797: radical egalitarian, from social contract and other rousseau works, equality in all things, attracted large members of poor and those who lost everything in 1793, manifesto of equals. English radicals: thinkers and former soldiers, attracted workers and followers, tried and shipped to australia. Industrial world: big change, new idealogy, plight of working class very visible and influenced thinkers. Utopians: industrialization utopias, never any lack of jobs, technological advancement. Robert owen: new lanark, believed he could deliver utopia now . Control means of production and you can control distribution of wealth. Charles fourier: alientation of worker from toil, division of labor is problem, made unhappy by, concentration or. Organized to collect garbage: people are competitive, different rates of pay.

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