Originally published in 1895, this title provides fascinating insights into the development of socialism in the decades prior to the explosion of 20th century socialist revolutions. Kaufmann examines the influences of Christian ideas and European society on socialism to give a fuller picture of the movement at the turn of the century as well as offers his predictions for the future of socialism in Europe. This title is ideal for students of sociology and history, particularly students interested in the development of modern intellectual movements.
Preface; Introduction; 1. The Physophy of Socialism 2. Socialism and Darwinism 3. Moralities of Socialism 4. Pessimism and Socialistic Optimism 5. Socialism and Positivism 6. Socialism and Culture 7. Art and Anarchy 8. Socialism and Romanism 9. Socialism and Protestantism; Summary and Conclusion
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