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[EAN: 9781406745160], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Pioneers Of The French Revolution, M. Roustan, THE PIONEERS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION THE PIONEEMS OF THE FRENCH BEVOLUTION BY M. ROUSTAN . TRANSLATED BY FREDERIC WHYTE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BT HAROLD J. LASKI BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1926 INTRODUCTORY NOTE No people conducts its intellectual controversies more skilfully than the French and no controversy has been more interesting in the last half-century than the campaign to exalt the seven teenth century in France at the expense of its successor. In part, the effort is the result of the pessimism engendered by the defeat of 1870 men like Taine and Renan saw in Sedan the ineptitude of 1789. For many years it was the fashion to explain that the revolt of which Voltaire is the great symbol was either unconnected with the Revolution, or wholly evil in its results. Men examined the diaries of the period prior to 1750 and found therein the prediction of disaster. They discovered Bayle, and found that he was the source of all that the Encyclo paedists had to teach. They examined the cahiers of grievances, and found that with hardly an exception they contained no single idea which presumed a knowledge of what the philosophes had been saying for forty years. Accordingly, they concluded that the eighteenth century was the least French of all the centuries. The rejection of the dogmas of the Revolution as hostile to the true tradition became itself a dogma. Twenty years ago, in the book here translated, M. Roustan summarised, with a knowledge as profound as its power of state ment was brilliant, the case against the dominant view. He did not, of course, stand alone. That distinguished teacher, M. Gustave Lanson, had for years made protest against the prevailing attitude the mainthesis of his instruction. But until the publication of M. Roustans book there was no accessible volume which explained why even the ability of critics like Bruneti re and Faguet, of historians like Aubertin and Rocquain, could not for ever persuade us that the work of men like Voltaire and Diderot, like Rousseau and the Physiocrats, either counted for nothing, or was almost wholly evil. M. Roustans book has exercised great influence on French 5 INTRODUCTORY NOTE thought I remember M. Anatole France telling me that it was the ablest manifesto he had read in years. It does not, how ever, seem to be as well known as it should be in England, and I do not doubt that many readers will be glad to have its thesis made accessible to them. Broadly speaking, M. Roustans thesis is a simple one. It is that, in the face of an opposition as formidable as men have ever encountered, the philosophes persuaded their generation of the inherent virtue of free inquiry. The results of that victory were immense and some of them, at least, were neither ex pected nor desired by its makers. For it led to the testing of institutions, and it was discovered that the foundations of the ancien regime could not survive that test. No one can seriously examine the documents without the sense that, so far at least, M. Roustan has made good his case. It may be true that Voltaire would have hated the Revolution it is certainly true that without him such a revolution as occurred could not have been. It may be true that, on the balance, it is difficult to see what good the Revolution effected after 4th August 1789 it is certainly true that the philosophes convinced the public opinion of France that there was little good inthe institutions of France prior to that day. They released those permanent forces of the human spirit which lead men to seek for the realisation of their best selves. Whatever their demerits, that, in the end, is an unperishable service. One other remark may perhaps be made. M. Roustans book is not only a brilliant treatise on the influence of the Pkilosophes, it is also an explanation of the Revolution itself. From documents which are available to all, it makes evident the inevitability of th

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: FORBES PR], THE PIONEERS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION THE PIONEEMS OF THE FRENCH BEVOLUTION BY M. ROUSTAN . TRANSLATED BY FREDERIC WHYTE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BT HAROLD J. LASKI BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1926 INTRODUCTORY NOTE No people conducts its intellectual controversies more skilfully than the French and no controversy has been more interesting in the last half-century than the campaign to exalt the seven teenth century in France at the expense of its successor. In part, the effort is the result of the pessimism engendered by the defeat of 1870 men like Taine and Renan saw in Sedan the ineptitude of 1789. For many years it was the fashion to explain that the revolt of which Voltaire is the great symbol was either unconnected with the Revolution, or wholly evil in its results. Men examined the diaries of the period prior to 1750 and found therein the prediction of disaster. They discovered Bayle, and found that he was the source of all that the Encyclo paedists had to teach. They examined the cahiers of grievances, and found that with hardly an exception they contained no single idea which presumed a knowledge of what the philosophes had been saying for forty years. Accordingly, they concluded that the eighteenth century was the least French of all the centuries. The rejection of the dogmas of the Revolution as hostile to the true tradition became itself a dogma. Twenty years ago, in the book here translated, M. Roustan summarised, with a knowledge as profound as its power of state ment was brilliant, the case against the dominant view. He did not, of course, stand alone. That distinguished teacher, M. Gustave Lanson, had for years made protest against the prevailing attitude the mainthesis of his instruction. But until the publication of M. Roustans book there was no accessible volume which explained why even the ability of critics like Bruneti re and Faguet, of historians like Aubertin and Rocquain, could not for ever persuade us that the work of men like Voltaire and Diderot, like Rousseau and the Physiocrats, either counted for nothing, or was almost wholly evil. M. Roustans book has exercised great influence on French 5 INTRODUCTORY NOTE thought I remember M. Anatole France telling me that it was the ablest manifesto he had read in years. It does not, how ever, seem to be as well known as it should be in England, and I do not doubt that many readers will be glad to have its thesis made accessible to them. Broadly speaking, M. Roustans thesis is a simple one. It is that, in the face of an opposition as formidable as men have ever encountered, the philosophes persuaded their generation of the inherent virtue of free inquiry. The results of that victory were immense and some of them, at least, were neither ex pected nor desired by its makers. For it led to the testing of institutions, and it was discovered that the foundations of the ancien regime could not survive that test. No one can seriously examine the documents without the sense that, so far at least, M. Roustan has made good his case. It may be true that Voltaire would have hated the Revolution it is certainly true that without him such a revolution as occurred could not have been. It may be true that, on the balance, it is difficult to see what good the Revolution effected after 4th August 1789 it is certainly true that the philosophes convinced the public opinion of France that there was little good inthe institutions of France prior to that day. They released those permanent forces of the human spirit which lead men to seek for the realisation of their best selves. Whatever their demerits, that, in the end, is an unperishable service. One other remark may perhaps be made. M. Roustans book is not only a brilliant treatise on the influence of the Pkilosophes, it is also an explanation of the Revolution itself. From documents which are available to all, it makes evident the inevitability of the Revolution... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: FORBES PR], THE PIONEERS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION THE PIONEEMS OF THE FRENCH BEVOLUTION BY M. ROUSTAN . TRANSLATED BY FREDERIC WHYTE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BT HAROLD J. LASKI BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1926 INTRODUCTORY NOTE No people conducts its intellectual controversies more skilfully than the French and no controversy has been more interesting in the last half-century than the campaign to exalt the seven teenth century in France at the expense of its successor. In part, the effort is the result of the pessimism engendered by the defeat of 1870 men like Taine and Renan saw in Sedan the ineptitude of 1789. For many years it was the fashion to explain that the revolt of which Voltaire is the great symbol was either unconnected with the Revolution, or wholly evil in its results. Men examined the diaries of the period prior to 1750 and found therein the prediction of disaster. They discovered Bayle, and found that he was the source of all that the Encyclo paedists had to teach. They examined the cahiers of grievances, and found that with hardly an exception they contained no single idea which presumed a knowledge of what the philosophes had been saying for forty years. Accordingly, they concluded that the eighteenth century was the least French of all the centuries. The rejection of the dogmas of the Revolution as hostile to the true tradition became itself a dogma. Twenty years ago, in the book here translated, M. Roustan summarised, with a knowledge as profound as its power of state ment was brilliant, the case against the dominant view. He did not, of course, stand alone. That distinguished teacher, M. Gustave Lanson, had for years made protest against the prevailing attitude the mainthesis of his instruction. But until the publication of M. Roustans book there was no accessible volume which explained why even the ability of critics like Bruneti re and Faguet, of historians like Aubertin and Rocquain, could not for ever persuade us that the work of men like Voltaire and Diderot, like Rousseau and the Physiocrats, either counted for nothing, or was almost wholly evil. M. Roustans book has exercised great influence on French 5 INTRODUCTORY NOTE thought I remember M. Anatole France telling me that it was the ablest manifesto he had read in years. It does not, how ever, seem to be as well known as it should be in England, and I do not doubt that many readers will be glad to have its thesis made accessible to them. Broadly speaking, M. Roustans thesis is a simple one. It is that, in the face of an opposition as formidable as men have ever encountered, the philosophes persuaded their generation of the inherent virtue of free inquiry. The results of that victory were immense and some of them, at least, were neither ex pected nor desired by its makers. For it led to the testing of institutions, and it was discovered that the foundations of the ancien regime could not survive that test. No one can seriously examine the documents without the sense that, so far at least, M. Roustan has made good his case. It may be true that Voltaire would have hated the Revolution it is certainly true that without him such a revolution as occurred could not have been. It may be true that, on the balance, it is difficult to see what good the Revolution effected after 4th August 1789 it is certainly true that the philosophes convinced the public opinion of France that there was little good inthe institutions of France prior to that day. They released those permanent forces of the human spirit which lead men to seek for the realisation of their best selves. Whatever their demerits, that, in the end, is an unperishable service. One other remark may perhaps be made. M. Roustans book is not only a brilliant treatise on the influence of the Pkilosophes, it is also an explanation of the Revolution itself. From documents which are available to all, it makes evident the inevitability of the Revolution... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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THE PIONEERS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION THE PIONEEMS OF THE FRENCH BEVOLUTION BY M. ROUSTAN . TRANSLATED BY FREDERIC WHYTE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BT HAROLD J. LASKI BOSTON LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1926 INTRODUCTORY NOTE No people conducts its intellectual controversies more skilfully than the French and no controversy has been more interesting in the last half-century than the campaign to exalt the seven teenth century in France at the expense of its successor. In part, the effort is the result of the pessimism engendered by the defeat of 1870 men like Taine and Renan saw in Sedan the ineptitude of 1789. For many years it was the fashion to explain that the revolt of which Voltaire is the great symbol was either unconnected with the Revolution, or wholly evil in its results. Men examined the diaries of the period prior to 1750 and found therein the prediction of disaster. They discovered Bayle, and found that he was the source of all that the Encyclo paedists had to teach. They examined the cahiers of grievances, and found that with hardly an exception they contained no single idea which presumed a knowledge of what the philosophes had been saying for forty years. Accordingly, they concluded that the eighteenth century was the least French of all the centuries. The rejection of the dogmas of the Revolution as hostile to the true tradition became itself a dogma. Twenty years ago, in the book here translated, M. Roustan summarised, with a knowledge as profound as its power of state ment was brilliant, the case against the dominant view. He did not, of course, stand alone. That distinguished teacher, M. Gustave Lanson, had for years made protest against the prevailing attitude the mainthesis of his instruction. But until the publication of M. Roustans book there was no accessible volume which explained why even the ability of critics like Bruneti re and Faguet, of historians like Aubertin and Rocquain, could not for ever persuade us that the work of men like Voltaire and Diderot, like Rousseau and the Physiocrats, either counted for nothing, or was almost wholly evil. M. Roustans book has exercised great influence on French 5 INTRODUCTORY NOTE thought I remember M. Anatole France telling me that it was the ablest manifesto he had read in years. It does not, how ever, seem to be as well known as it should be in England, and I do not doubt that many readers will be glad to have its thesis made accessible to them. Broadly speaking, M. Roustans thesis is a simple one. It is that, in the face of an opposition as formidable as men have ever encountered, the philosophes persuaded their generation of the inherent virtue of free inquiry. The results of that victory were immense and some of them, at least, were neither ex pected nor desired by its makers. For it led to the testing of institutions, and it was discovered that the foundations of the ancien regime could not survive that test. No one can seriously examine the documents without the sense that, so far at least, M. Roustan has made good his case. It may be true that Voltaire would have hated the Revolution it is certainly true that without him such a revolution as occurred could not have been. It may be true that, on the balance, it is difficult to see what good the Revolution effected after 4th August 1789 it is certainly true that the philosophes convinced the public opinion of France that there was little good inthe institutions of France prior to that day. They released those permanent forces of the human spirit which lead men to seek for the realisation of their best selves. Whatever their demerits, that, in the end, is an unperishable service. One other remark may perhaps be made. M. Roustans book is not only a brilliant treatise on the influence of the Pkilosophes, it is also an explanation of the Revolution itself. From documents which are available to all, it makes evident the inevitability of the Revolution...

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