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La recomposition de l'unité sociale. Etude des tensions démocratiques chez les socialistes fraternitaires (1839-1847)

Abstract : This Ph.D. thesis studies the discourse of the first French Republican Socialists (“socialistes fraternitaires”), and their attempt to think of brotherhood in an individualist perspective. The first chapter considers what transformations in French society (changes in urban fabric, workshops industrialisation, the creation of a democratic public space, disembedding of economics, the role of religion in a democratic society) influenced such discourse The following chapters focus on topics central to this discourse: “power” (social power, association, revolution), “individual property” and its overcoming, “social conflict”. The conclusion illustrates that the model of socio-political organization implied in such a discourse is a model “corporatiste républicain”. In spite of, or thanks to, its simplicity, the idea of “recomposition totale” is shown to partake of the discursive structures and insurmountable contradictions typical of the first phase of democracy.
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Andrea Lanza. La recomposition de l'unité sociale. Etude des tensions démocratiques chez les socialistes fraternitaires (1839-1847). Histoire. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00144584⟩

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