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The Victorian Encounter with Marx: Study of Ernest Belfort Bax

The Victorian Encounter with Marx: Study of Ernest Belfort Bax
John Cowley

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Ernest Belfort Bax was among the most original and gifted of the first generation of Marxists in Victorian England, and an intimate of luminaries such as William Morris, who considered him the philosopher of the movement. He had first-hand experience of the 19th century tradition of German philosophy which so profoundly influenced Karl Marx, and was a close friend of Engels. Bax was a prolific writer and speaker, the organizer of the Second International, leader of English Social Democracy and a colleague of all the leading European social democratic intellectuals of his time. This biography of Bax sets him in his privileged Victorian middle-class context, analyzes his political and intellectual development, and assesses his achievements and their significance for his own time and later.

Table of Contents

  • 1 Childhood and Youth. 2 Propagandist. 3 Civil Rights in the World of Letters. 4 Family, and Politics. 5 Second International. 6 War and Revolution. 7 Political Commitment.

Bibliographic Info

Imprint: British Academic Press
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.

ISBN: 9781850436010
Publication Date: 15 Mar 1993
Number of Pages: 224
Height: 216
Width: 138
Illustrations: notes, bibliography, index

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