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The psychology of revolution

Gustave Le Bon, The Psychology of Revolution, 3
Table of Contents
Part I: The Psychological Elements of Revolutionary Movements. ..........11
Book I: General Characteristics of Revolutions. ...................11
Chapter I: Scientific and Political Revolutions. ..............11
Chapter III The Action of Governments in Revolutions .......26
Chapter I Individual Variations of Character in Time of Revolu-
tion. .........................................42
Chapter IV: The Psychology of Revolutionary Crowds. .......57
Part II: The French Revolution. ......................................69
Book I: The Origins of the French Revolution. ....................69
Chapter I: The Opinions of Historians Concerning the French
Revolution.....................................69
Chapter II: The Psychological Foundations of the Ancien Régime.
.............................................77
Chapter III: Mental Anarchy at the Time of the Revolution and the
Influence Attributed to the Philosophers. ............83
Chapter IV Psychological Illusions Respecting the French Revolu-
tion. .........................................90
Book II: The Rational, Affective, Mystic, and Collective Influences Active
During the Revolution..................................95
Chapter I: The Psychology of the Constituent Assembly. ......95
Chapter III: The Psychology of the Convention. ............110
Chapter VII: Psychology of the Leaders of the Revolution. . . . 135
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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