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Rebeldes primitivos. Estudio sobre las formas arcaicas de los movimientos sociales en los siglos XIX y XX #2020

Rebeldes primitivos Estudio sobre las formas arcaicas de los movimientos sociales en los siglos XIX y XX Para contener los libros de historia menos academicos y mas divulgativos nacio en esta coleccion que ha ido creciendo con extraordinaria rapidez ya que en cinco anos se han publicado titulos que

  • Title: Rebeldes primitivos. Estudio sobre las formas arcaicas de los movimientos sociales en los siglos XIX y XX
  • Author: Eric Hobsbawm
  • ISBN: 9788498921120
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rebeldes primitivos. Estudio sobre las formas arcaicas de los movimientos sociales en los siglos XIX y XX By Eric Hobsbawm, Para contener los libros de historia menos academicos y mas divulgativos nacio en 1997 esta coleccion que ha ido creciendo con extraordinaria rapidez, ya que en cinco anos se han publicado titulos que han alcanzado, en general, una extraordinaria difusion Entre ellos, las tres famosas eras de Hobsbawm La era de la revolucion La era del capital y La era del imperio, peroPara contener los libros de historia menos academicos y mas divulgativos nacio en 1997 esta coleccion que ha ido creciendo con extraordinaria rapidez, ya que en cinco anos se han publicado titulos que han alcanzado, en general, una extraordinaria difusion Entre ellos, las tres famosas eras de Hobsbawm La era de la revolucion La era del capital y La era del imperio, pero tambien libros tan destacados como Pensar historicamente, de Pierre Vilar, Sobre la historia, del propio Hobsbawm, Carlos V y su tiempo, de John Lynch, Historia economica de la Europa contemporanea, de Vera Zamagni, La historia de los hombres, de Josep Fontana o Espana en su cenit, de Jordi Nadal Publicado en castellano por Ariel en 1968, y agotada su ultima edicion desde hacia tiempo, nos ha parecido que, ante los nuevos fenomenos de protesta primitiva que surgen en toda Europa con la dificil integracion de los inmigrantes, es oportuno regresar a las ensenanzas de este libro sobre las formas arcaicas de los movimientos sociales en los siglos XIX y XX.

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    1. Hobsbawm s early book, Primitive Rebels, isn t really about anything primitive, or rebels as such It s basically about education, or what you do when you don t have any Or not enough Or one specifically political, in a proper Marxist sort of way Yeah, I know You re shocked out of your shoes that anotherok of purported history is really just propaganda from another leftist British historian Get over it I had to Hibsbawm s narrowly focused subject is social rebellion in Southern Europe between the [...]

    2. If I ranked books based solely on the cool things they referenced this book would be a five I loved the discussions over anarchism and the Lazzeretti s But the fact is, that Hobsbawm is factually wrong on some things, archaic and convoluted on others, and basically has a premise that doesn t hold up on its own In fact, half way through the book he gives up trying to prove it and starts rambling This book was fun to read but not a great example of the academic Marxist perspective.

    3. Great insights, not the strongest analysis Cites a lot of interesting cases Good intro to different kinds of social rebellion.

    4. Hobsbawn spent a large part of his career attacking and in many cases mystifying what anarchism especially in Spain was really about I cannot recommend this book to anyone interested in the connections between early anarchisms and recent ones including the anti globalization movement No one should overlook H s relentlessly Stalinist reading of history, but he was one of the great marxist historians and this is a good book on late 19th social movements by no means archaic Serious readers in socia [...]

    5. I didn t know much about the topic, so I appreciated Hobsbawm s detailed reference list and contextualisation of rebels in Italy, Spain, etc His thesis is an interesting one, but in my opinion he is too summarily dismissive about the potential for true social change through primitive action Another major gripe for me was the author s shallow and rather uninformed treatment of transformational religious movements In the section on worker sects, the analysis is disappointingly simplistic Hobsbawm [...]

    6. Interesting studies of primitive social movements, which in Hobsbawm s terms means pre rational and, practically speaking, pre contemporary socialist movements What makes this book special in his oeuvre is the relatively large role religion although always primitive plays in the book Good stuff.

    7. Conceptually interesting but sort of flat accounting of early forms of social rebellion The book seems to be casting around for reasons to connect the various forms of primitive rebellion that it discusses Hobsbawm went on to write some very highly regarded history books, but this early effort doesn t do much to illuminate the history of uprisings against the social order.

    8. I had to read this book for a class and its not one I would have chosen to read otherwise I thought the ideas presented in it were interesting, but not presented in a way that made me want to keep reading the book Books came up as suggesested readings based on this, and I may try some of those eventually, to see if an are written in a better style, while still in keeping with the subject.

    9. For my Capstone I used this bookcase studies for a New Materialist analysis of Social Rebellions and autonomous extra legal communities Particularly the Social Bandit and Mafia analyzed through the lens Manuel De Landa s A New Theory of Society Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity P good fam

    10. Quite informative but of a spur to further research on this matter for those who are interested Though the Euro centric focus of the book makes it a bit difficult to relate to for those who live outside of a European tradition.

    11. Not all the claims made are tenable, but he makes them well Regardless, it ll be a world view shifter for most who read it.

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