Louis Auguste Blanqui ( French pronunciation: [lwi oɡyst blɑ̃ki]; 8 February 1805 – 1 January 1881) was a French socialist and political activist, notable for his revolutionary theory of Blanquism . Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life, political activity and first imprisonment (1805–1848)
louis-auguste blanqui ( puget-théniers, francia, 8 de febrero de 1805 - parís, francia, 1 de enero de 1881 ), conocido como auguste blanqui, fue un periodista, escritor, activista político revolucionario, filosofo y marxista francés de ideología comunista que organizó el movimiento estudiantil parisino, y luchó en primer lugar por la instauración …
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Auguste Blanqui, in full Louis-Auguste Blanqui, (born February 1, 1805, Puget-Théniers, France—died January 1, 1881, Paris), revolutionary socialist, a legendary martyr-figure of French radicalism, imprisoned in all for more than 33 years.
Louis Auguste Blanqui, nicknamed "l'Enfermé," was born on 19 Pluviôse Year 13 of the Republic (February 8, 1805) in Puget-Théniers (Alpes-Maritimes) and died on January 1, 1881 in Paris. He defends essentially the same ideas as the socialist movement of the nineteenth century and is part of the non-Marxist socialists.
Louis Auguste Blanqui, Writer: (Une ballade à travers) Les ruines de Paris. Louis Auguste Blanqui is a writer, known for (Une ballade à travers) Les ruines de Paris (2004).
The life of Louis Auguste Blanqui. To his great credit Louis Auguste Blanqui was jailed by every regime that ruled France between 1815 and 1880. John Westmoreland assesses his legacy. Blanqui was born on the 1st of February 1805 at Puget-Théniers, where his father was a civil servant. After studying law and medicine, Blanqui turned to politics ...
BLANQUI, LOUIS AUGUSTE (1805-1881), French publicist, was born on the 1st of February 1805 at Puget-Théniers, where his father, Jean Dominique Blanqui, was at that time subprefect. He studied both law and medicine, but found his real vocation in politics, and at once constituted himself a champion of the most advanced opinions.
The texts by Blanqui in this archive have been translated from the original French for the M.I.A. by Andy Blunden and Mitch Abidor. The original French texts are to be found in L’archive Auguste Blanqui. The one exception is the “Warning to the People” which comes from Marx-Engels Collected Works.
Louis Auguste Blanqui Humanity ... is never stationary. Its progressive march leads it to equality. Its regressive march goes back through every stage of privilege to human slavery, the final word of the right to property. Louis Auguste Blanqui ( 8 February 1805 - 1 January 1881) was a French socialist and political activist.