Died. 12 April 1871. (1871-04-12) (aged 74) Paris, France. Occupation. Philosopher, economist. Pierre Henri Leroux (7 April 1797 – 12 April 1871) was a French philosopher and political economist. He was born at Bercy, now a part of Paris, the son of an artisan .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Leroux
Died. 12 April 1871. (1871-04-12) (aged 74) Paris, France. Occupation. Philosopher, economist. Pierre Henri Leroux (7 April 1797 – 12 April 1871) was a French philosopher and political economist. He was born at Bercy, now a part of Paris, the son of an artisan .
Pierre Leroux, (born April 17, 1797, near Paris—died April 11, 1871, Paris), French pantheistic philosopher, economist, pacifist, government official, and champion of socialism through various reviews and newspapers that he helped found.
1 Born in Paris in 1797, the son of a Breton artisan, Pierre Leroux worked as a mason and as a compositor before beginning his editorial career and attaining eminence as a philosopher, critic, historian and economist.
Pierre Leroux (1797-1871) Literary critic, philosopher and mystical humanitarian socialist, whose thought best summarizes "French social romanticism" (Evans).
PIERRE LEROUX ON DEMOCRACY, SOCIALISM, AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT BY JACK S. BAKUNIN At the beginning of the nineteenth century, socialist thinkers part of the contemporary reaction against eighteenth-century liberal and egalitarian ideas. These ideas, it then appeared, had brought on
Circulus was a socioeconomics doctrine devised by nineteenth-century French utopian socialist Pierre Leroux (1797–1871), who proposed that human excrement be collected by the state in the form of a tax and used as fertiliser, thereby increasing agricultural production sufficiently to prevent Malthusian catastrophe .
Pierre Leroux founded the liberal journal Le Globe in the 1820s, moved briefly into the Saint-Simonian camp, and then emerged as one of the most important, independent and philosophically ambitious Romantic socialists of the period before 1848.
This article makes no attempt to evaluate the accuracy of Leroux's view of Christianity and of Christian history. The concern is with how that view persuaded this prominent early nineteenth-century social and religious reformer that Christianity should be replaced by a new democratic religion. 18.
Artful database accessed 15 June 2017. The term appeared in English earlier, referencing a “person believing that Christ's nature was human only and not divine.”. The second definition, “A person who professes a humanistic religion, esp. an adherent of the socialist religious ideas of Pierre Leroux,” dates to 1831.
Pierre Leroux: A Democratic Religion for a New World JACK BAKUNIN In the first part of the nineteenth century, Frenchmen had to adjust their world view to the ideological issues raised by the Revolution and to the economic problems that came with the development of industrial society. At issue was the