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ISBN:
0140423591
Author:
Robert Owen
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Penguin (January 31, 1991)
Pages:
480 pages
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This book contains the great literary work of Robert Owen, "A New View of Society

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. This book contains the great literary work of Robert Owen, "A New View of Society. This work is prefaces by a letter to William Wilberforce (who since the 2007 movie "Amazing Grace" has become well known to the public as the motor force in the British Parliament of the outlawing of the slave trade in Britain. A New Vies of Society" is the literary work that best outlines Robert Owen's utopian socialism. It is a treat to re-read this book after so many years to re-capture the enthusiasm of my youth.

New View of Society Hardcover – Import, 1973. by. Robert Owen (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

This book contains the great literary work of Robert Owen, "A New View of Society

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A New View of Society book. This book is nothing less than astonishing! Robert Owen - not just because he wrote down these ideas over 200 years ago (in 1813) - was a genius, whose ideas would solve even today many of the world's problems, peacefully. Mar 09, 2015 Rasha Ibrahim rated it really liked it.

In 1813 Owen authored and published A New View of Society, or Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the . Owen's utopian model changed little during his lifetime.

In 1813 Owen authored and published A New View of Society, or Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the Human Character, the first of four essays that he wrote to explain the principles behind his reform-minded and socialistic philosophy. His fully developed model considered an association of 500 to 3,000 people as the optimum number for a good working community.

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A New View of Society and Other Writings (Penguin Classics). The Addresses of Robert Owen: As Published in the London Journals, Preparatory to the Developement of a Practical Plan for the Relief of All Classes, Without Injury to Any. Robert Owen. The Life Of Robert Owen. The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself; With Selections from His Writings and Correspondence Volume 1, PT. 1. The Life and Ideas of Robert Owen. Daniel R. Garner, Robert Owen, Dennis S. Bunder.

Встречается в книгах (15) с 1927 по 2004.

The view of the subject which is about to be given has arisen from extensive experience for upwards of twenty .

The view of the subject which is about to be given has arisen from extensive experience for upwards of twenty years, during which period its truth and importance have been proved by multiplied experiments. The principle as now stated is a broad one, and, if it should be found to be true, cannot fail to five a new character to legislative proceedings, and such a character as will be most favourable to the well-being of society. That this principle is true to the utmost limit of the terms, is evident from the experience of all past ages, and from every existing fact.

What follows are a series of excerpts from Owen's A New View of Society. Owen believed that to change environment was to change human nature. This belief, sustained by his experiences at New Lanark, remained the unalterable principle of Owen's social philosophy. All of Owen's ideas were based on the notion that man's character is formed for him and not by him.

  • Vojar
I picked up a copy of this book as a 1991 paperback book in a bookstore in Charleston West Virginia. My interest in Robert Owen as one of the utopian socialists that influenced Karl Marx and Frederick Engels stemmed from the early 1970s when I was studying Marx and Engels as an undergraduate. Additionally, I was interested in Robert Owen because he founded a utopian colony in the United States at New Harmony in what is now the State of Indiana. It was always my dream to visit New Harmony Indiana which I did only in August of 2014. It was a grand visit and brought back a great many memories of my readings of Robert Owen.

This book contains the great literary work of Robert Owen, "A New View of Society." This work is prefaces by a letter to William Wilberforce (who since the 2007 movie "Amazing Grace" has become well known to the public as the motor force in the British Parliament of the outlawing of the slave trade in Britain. "A New Vies of Society" is the literary work that best outlines Robert Owen's utopian socialism. It is a treat to re-read this book after so many years to re-capture the enthusiasm of my youth.
  • Cordantrius
This is a great compilation of many of Robert Owen's writings. Owen as one of the first socialist thinkers is a must read for anyone interested in socialist and/or progressive thought. The introduction by Claeys provides a clear and concise portrait of the man himself in his historical context. Anyone seriously interested in reforming society should read Owen.