VOL 26 CRISIS AND THE APOCALYPSE OF MAN

(+Cummulative Index)


Editor's Introduction I
Part Nine. The Crisis
1. Helvétius 43
§1. Introductory Remarks 43
§2. The Heritage of Locke 45
§3. The New Philosophy of Existence 51
§4. The Heritage of Pascal 63
§5. Anti-Christian Religiousness 68
§6. Happiness and Virtue 71
§7. Conclusion 81
2. Positivism 88
§1. D'Alembert's Discours prélimina ire 89
§2. The Historicism of Turgot 106
§3. Condorcet's Esquisse 148
3. The Apocalypse of Man: Comte 161
§1. Comte and the Interpretation of the Crisis 161
§2. The Split in the Life of Comte 163
§3. The Continuity in the Life of Comte 174
§4. Mental Unity 185
§5. The Religion of Humanity and the French Revolution 194
§6. Revolution, Restoration, and Crisis 210
§7. Comte's Intuition 234
4. Revolutionary Existence: Bakunin 251
§1. Reaction and Revolution 251
§2. Bakunin's Confession 259
§3. Anarchism 276
§4. Founding the New Realm 283
§5. The Affaire Nechaiev 290
§6. The Late Work of Bakunin 296
5. Gnostic Socialism: Marx 303
§1. The Logic of the Idea 304
§2. Inverted Dialectics 320
§3. Genesis of the Idea 339
Index for Volume VIII 373
CUMULATIVE INDEX 389






		

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