Robespierre


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Robespierre

Maximilien Fran?ois Marie Isidore de. . 1758--94, French revolutionary and Jacobin leader: established the Reign of Terror as a member of the Committee of Public Safety (1793--94): executed in the coup d'?tat of Thermidor (1794)
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La filosofia revolucionaria, que habla de este modo contra la filosofia --en esto buena heredera de Rousseau--y, rechazando todo doctrinarismo o filosofismo, quiere verificarse enraizandose en la unica energia de la miseria, recapitula bien su sentido a traves de la oposicion que Robespierre establece entre la filosofia de los "filosofos especulativos" que consideran las cosas "en los principios generales o abstractos de la filosofia", y la de los "filosofos hombres de Estado" que se preocupan, "en las circunstancias particulares de las situaciones politicas", del grado efectivamente alcanzado por la razon, es decir, de su presencia real en el seno del pueblo, presencia que no hay que adelantar ni retrasar, y que puede, sola, confirmar en su verdad la razon del filosofo (17).
Francois Furet's intellectual history-based revisionism viewing the Rousseauianism of Robespierre as the Revolution's purest discourse, which dominated the field in recent decades, he declares, "needs rejecting just as comprehensively" (p.
In addition to making a stigma-free movie about abortion, Robespierre, 35, also wanted to make one that gives viewers some of the gooey sweetness that people find so satisfying in romantic comedies.
En el analisis historico hecho por el profesor Patrice Higgonet, de Harvara, advierte que en Robespierre prevalecio una suerte de autoengano, mediante el cual se colocaba en un elevado nivel moral, en el cual nunca estaba equivocado.
One might wonder how Robespierre could have sat at his desk signing away the lives of hundreds of innocent people and not considered how bad this would look to future generations.
After all, Edelstein concludes, it was Robespierre himself who warned that it was "much more dangerous to wage war with the law, not the sword, in hand.
Robespierre did brilliantly in classics, so that in 1775 he was selected to deliver the official address in Latin verse to welcome Louis XVI when he and Marie Antoinette visited the school on the way back from their coronation in Rheims.
Just as the price of a baguette is said to have been the catalyst for the French revolution (it's perhaps just as well Robespierre and his chums aren't around to see the price of a cup of coffee and croissant in Paris these days), the apparently prosaic matter of car parking could yet provide such a spark at Edgbaston.
Following political philosophy and progression from the rise of Absolutism, the Age of Enlightenment, and Robespierre.
Only after the fall of Robespierre was the inexorable mystique of ideas broken, and social factors might reassert themselves.
Rouvillois willingly admits that Robespierre has never written anything appertaining to the utopian genre strictly defined, but claims he was moved by a utopian spirit (159).