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Blanqui

(French blɑ̃kɪ)
n
(Biography) Louis Auguste (French lwi oɡyst). 1805–81, French revolutionary, who organized secret socialist societies and preached violent insurrection; he spent over 30 years in prison
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Lo que yo escribo en este momento en un calabozo de la Fortaleza de Taureau, lo escribo y lo escribire durante toda la eternidad, sobre una mesa, con una pluma, bajo estas vestimentas, en circunstancias totalmente semejantes", anota Louis-Auguste Blanqui a finales de marzo de 1872 (2003, p.
BAKUNIN AND THE SOCIALIST TRADITION OF HIS TIME: BAKUNIN, BABEUF AND BLANQUI
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En clave de Be: Borges, Bioy, Blanqui y las leyendas del nombre
However, with the exception of his first section, which largely discusses the well-trod ground of the "Reign of Terror," Boscher largely limits his treatment to specific assassination plots (for example, Cadoudal against Napoleon, Louvel against the Duke of Berry and Fieschi against Louis-Phillipe), sensational incidents (the kidnapping and execution of the Duke of Enghien by Napoleon and the trial and execution of Marshall Ney under Louis XVIII) and attempted and actual uprisings (the canuts of Lyon in 1831, the Duchess of Berry in 1831, Blanqui in 1839 and the future Napoleon III in 1836 and 1840).
In the longer term, the optimism and creative energy of Paine and Condorcet were shunted beyond the margins by other heirs of Adam Smith, writers on political economy like Malthus, Mill, Say, and Blanqui.
xii) explains, contains the plenary lectures, the Blanqui Lecture, a selection from the other papers and a report of the concluding roundtable discussion on the theme, 'the effects of political events on economic ideas'.
Consequently a bottle of Groth 2000 chardonnay priced at $40 on the Emmanuel list can be had for only $20, while Chateau Blanqui 1999 from Bordeaux, regularly $24, now goes for a mere $12 on Wednesday nights.
The main exception was Auguste Blanqui (1805-81), a disciple of Buonarroti, who had been an associate of Babeuf in his abortive Conspiracy of the Equals (1796).
Indeed, the insurrectionary legacy of 1789-1794 was given new life in the first half of the nineteenth century through the writing of the Revolution's history and in the programs and rhetoric of groups such as the Society for the Rights of Man and individual leaders like Louis-Auguste Blanqui.
If all historical events evoke parallels, Rose insists that the Commune is the product of particular circumstances and not an example for later events, and similarly Blanqui is most important as an analyst of contemporary society.
How was it that the masses populaires who had, after all, no inherent or spontaneous inclination towards either republicanism or revolution, emerged from the political desert which stretched between the failure of Louis-Auguste Blanqui in 1839 with the resulting suppression of revolutionary secret societies, and electoral success in 1848-1850?