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  1. The Sociology of Virtue: The Political and Social Theories of Georges Sorel.John L. Stanley - 2018 - University of California Press.
    Georges Sorel's reputation as a proponent of violence has helped to link his ideas to fascist and totalitarian thought. Much of the literature on Sorel as developed this theme, at the expense of what Sorel himself stated as his primary purpose, "the discovery of the historical genesis of morals." How, Sorel asked, in the light of the development of modern industry and the vast powers of the modern state the individual can possess a sense of self-worth and at the same (...)
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  2. From Georges Sorel: Essays in Socialism and Philosophy: Essays in Socialism and Philosophy.John L. Stanley & John Stanley - 1987 - Transaction Publishers.
    The prophet of social decadence, the theorist of violence and advocate of the general strike, the critic who stood Marx on his head, Georges Sorel was one of the foremost writers of this century to write extensively on the great importance of the moral aspects of social movements. His reconstruction of socialist ethics established him as one of the most remarkable critics of Marxist thought, and his writings in many aspects anticipated contemporary interpretations. From Georges Sorel, the first of two (...)
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  3. From Georges Sorel: Essays in Socialism and Philosophy.John L. Stanley - 1977 - Science and Society 41 (2):219-220.
     
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    Sorel's Study of Vico: The Uses of the Poetic Imagination.John L. Stanley - 1998 - The European Legacy 3 (5):17-34.
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    Foreword.John L. Stanley - 1998 - The European Legacy 3 (5):2-6.
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    Marx's Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature.John L. Stanley - 1997 - Science and Society 61 (4):449 - 473.
    Despite the general acceptance of Hegel's importance for Marx, virtually no one has paid sufficient attention to Marx's youthful critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature. Even Alfred Schmidt, whose work refers to the Naturphilosophie most frequently, underestimates its importance in the formulation of Marx's own materialist philosophy of nature and comes close to replicating the very Hegelian views that Marx is attacking. Yet the critique of the Naturphilosophie in Marx's Dissertation and the 1844 Manuscripts foreshadows Marx's later stated intention in (...)
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    In Memoriam.John L. Stanley - 1998 - The European Legacy 3 (5):1-1.
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