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‎WEITLING, WILHELM. - [THE FIRST REAL BIBLE OF COMMUNISM]‎

Reference : 56351

‎Garantien der Harmonie und Freiheit.‎

‎Vivis, 1842. 8vo. Contemporary modest half cloth with marbled paper over boards. Wear to extremities. Old owner's name to title-page. Occasional brownspotting. XII, (2), 264 pp. Rare first edition of one of the greatest works of communism, Weitling's extremely influential main work, which came to be known as "the debut of the German workers" (Marx). Published a full six years before "The Communist Manifesto", Weitling's "Guarantees of Harmony and Freedom" arguably constitutes the foundational work of Communism, and it is not by chance that Engels names Weitling "The founder of German Communism" (Engels 1975 [1843], p. 402) and Marx characterizes this work as the "brilliant debut of the German workers" and the "gigantic first steps of the proletariat". <br><br>Considered the first real Communist, Weitling was a communist before both Marx and Engels. He was the founder of the League of the Just (Bund der Gerechten - really the first international communist organisation with branches in Germany, France, Switzerland, Hungary and Scandinavia) that Marx and Engels joined and turned into the Communist League and signatory to early statements by the executive of the First International. <br>Having been so admired by Marx and Engels after the publication of the present magnum opus, he later fell out with them after a struggle in 1846-47, over the party programme for the League of the Just, which he had co-founded. Marx, of course, won the struggle, and the Communist Manifesto as written - not a party programme dictating direct and violent overthrow of the state and the immediate establishment of communism.<br><br>"The League of the Just after the debacle of May, 1839, ceased to exist as a central organisation. At any rate, no traces of its existence or its activity as a central organisation are found after 1840. There remained only independent circles organised by ex-members of the League. One of these circles was organised in London. <br><br>Other members of the League of the Just fled to Switzerland, the most influential among them being Wilhelm Weitling (1809-1864). A tailor by trade, one of the first German revolutionists from among the artisan proletariat, Weitling, like many other German artisans of the time, peregrinated from town to town. In 1835 he found himself in Paris, but it was in 1837 that he settled there for long. In Paris he became a member of the League of the Just and familiarized himself with the teachings of Hugues Lamennais, the protagonist of Christian socialism, of Saint-Simon and Fourier. There he also met Blanqui and his followers...<br><br>In Switzerland Weitling and some friends, after an unsuccessful attempt to propagandise the Swiss, began to organise circles among the German workers and the emigrants. In 1842 he published his chief work, "Guarantees of Harmony and Freedom"...<br><br>Influenced by Blanqui, Weitling's ideas differed from those of other contemporary utopians, in that he did not believe in a peaceful transition into communism. The new society, a very detailed plan of which was worked out by him, could only be realised through the use of force. The sooner existing society is abolished, the sooner will the people be freed. The best method is to bring the existing social disorder to the last extreme. The worse, the better! The most trustworthy revolutionary element which could be relied upon to wreck present society was, according to Weitling, the lowest grade proletariat, the "lumpenproletariat", including even the robbers. <br><br>It was in Switzerland, too, that Michael Bakunin (1811-1876) met Weitling and absorbed some of his ideas. Owing to the arrest and the judicial prosecution started against Weitling and his followers, Bakunin was compromised and forever became an exile from his own country. <br><br>After a term in prison, Weitling was extradited to Germany in 1841. Following a period of wandering, he finally landed in London where his arrival was joyously celebrated. <br><br>A large mass meeting was arranged in his honour. English socialists and Chartists as well as German and French emigrants participated. This was the first great international meeting in London. It suggested to Schapper the idea of organising, in October, 1844, an international society, The Society of Democratic Friends of all Nations. The aim was the rapprochement of the revolutionists of all nationalities, the strengthening of a feeling of brotherhood among peoples, and the conquest of social and political rights At the head of this enterprise were Schapper and his friends. <br><br>Weitling stayed in London for about a year and a half. In the labour circles, where all kinds of topics dealing with current events were being passionately discussed, Weitling had at first exerted a great influence. But he soon came upon strong opposition. His old comrades, Schapper, Heinrich Bauer and Joseph Moll (1811-1819), had during their much longer stay in London, learned all about the English labour movement and the teachings of Owen. <br>According to Weitling the proletariat was not a separate class with distinct class interests; the proletariat was only a portion of the indigent oppressed section of the population. Among these poor, the "Iumpenproletariat" was the most revolutionary element. He was still trumpeting his idea that robbers and bandits were the most reliable elements in the war against the existing order. He did not attach much weight to propaganda. He visualised the future in the form of a communist society directed by a small group of wise men. To attract the masses, he deemed it indispensable to resort to the aid of religion. He made Christ the forerunner of communism, picturing communism as Christianity minus its later accretions. <br>...<br> In 1844 Weitling was one of the most popular and renowned men, not only among German workers but also among the German intelligentsia...<br><br>To him [i.e. Marx] Weitling was a very gifted expression of the aspirations of that very proletariat, the historic mission of which he himself was then formulating. Here is what he wrote of Weitling before he met him: <br> <br>"Where can the bourgeoisie, its philosophers and literati included, boast of work dealing with the political emancipation, comparable with Weitling's "Guarantees of Harmony and Freedom"? If one compares the dry and timid mediocrity of German political literature with this fiery and brilliant debut of the German workers, if one compares these halting but gigantic first steps of the proletariat with the mincing gait of the full-grown German bourgeoisie, one cannot help predicting that the proletarian Cinderella will develop into a prodigy of strength." <br> <br>It was quite natural that Marx and Engels should seek to make the acquaintance of Weitling. We know that the two friends during their short sojourn in London in 1845, became acquainted with the English Chartists and with the German emigrants. Though Weitling was still in London at that time, we are not certain that Marx and Engels met him. They entered into close relations in 1846, when Weitling came to Brussels where Marx, too, had settled in 1845 after he had been driven out of France.<br><br>As Weitling kept arguing for a direct and violent overthrow of the state and the immediate establishment of communism based on the model of the first Christians in the New Testament, Marx came to directly disagree with him, arguing that what was needed first was the full development of capitalism and bourgeois democracy, before communism could take root. By June of 1847, the newly named Communist League endorsed Marx's programme, not Weitling's revolutionary ideas, and a year later, "The Manifesto of the Communist Party". By that, time Weitling had immigrated to the USA.‎


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‎"Initiation au grec du nouveau testament; études bibliques, N° 1. Eglise-Nouvelle; Eglise Ancienne."‎

‎Paris, Beauchesne, 1979. 21 x 30, 269 pp., broché, bon état.‎


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‎Choix de texte de l'Ancien Testament‎

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‎Choix de texte de l'Ancien Testament‎

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(1955)

‎Choix de textes de l'Ancien Testament‎

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‎CHOIX DE TEXTES DE L'ANCIEN TESTAMENT - UN GRAND LIVRE D'OR‎

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‎Nouvelle édition mise à jour et augmentée. Présentation de Jean-Luc Pouthier‎

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‎LA BIBLE ARRACHEE AUX SABLES.‎

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‎LA BIBLE ARRAHCEE AUX SABLES‎

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‎LA BIBLE ARRACHEE AU SABLES‎

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‎WHITE E.G. ‎

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(1953)

‎LES PARABOLES DE NOTRE SEIGNEUR‎

‎ Editions S.D.T. 1953, In-8 relié toile grége de l'éditeur, 438 pages. Trés bon état.‎


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‎Belles maximes de singe‎

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(1973)

‎Le singe déguisé en lion‎

‎The Paternoster Press Fables en images Inconnu 1973 "In-8 (20x21.5 cm), cartonnage d'éditeur, couverture illustrée, ouvrage non paginé, texte de Paul White, illustré par Peter Oram, traduit de l'anglais par Gérard Poulet, aventure extraite de l'ouvrage ""Les Nouvelles Fables de la Jungle"", publié par a Ligue pour la lecture de la Bible ; volume jauni, coiffe inférieure à peine enfoncée, intérieur frais, très bon état. Nos envois des ouvrages de moins de 60 Euros se font par colissimo (tarif de La Poste), et en colissimo Recommandes au-dela sauf avis contraire de votre part."‎


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‎WHITEHEAD, ALFRED NORTH & BERTRAND RUSSELL. - [THE BIBLE OF MODERN LOGIC]‎

Reference : 54951

‎Principia mathematica. Volume I.‎

‎Cambridge, 1910. Royal 8vo. Original full blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Corners and capitals slightly bumped and inner hinges slightly weak. A few small tears to the cloth at the back hinge and on the back board. Otherwise a very nice copy. Internally very nice and clean. XIII, (3), 666 pp. Housed in a very nice custom-made blue half morocco box with gilt spine and single gilt lines to boards. The seminal first edition of the first volume of the landmark work that founded modern mathematical logic and came to define research in the foundations of mathematics throughout the 20th century. <br><br>"Principia Mathematica" proved to be remarkably influential in at least three ways. First, it popularized modern mathematical logic to an extent undreamt of by its authors. By using a notation superior to that used by Frege, Whitehead and Russell managed to convey the remarkable expressive power of modern predicate logic in a way that previous writers had been unable to achieve. Second, by exhibiting so clearly the deductive power of the new logic, Whitehead and Russell were able to show how powerful the idea of a modern formal system could be, thus opening up new work in what soon was to be called metalogic. Third, Principia Mathematica re-affirmed clear and interesting connections between logicism and two of the main branches of traditional philosophy, namely metaphysics and epistemology, thereby initiating new and interesting work in both of these areas.<br>As a result, not only did Principia introduce a wide range of philosophically rich notions (including propositional function, logical construction, and type theory), it also set the stage for the discovery of crucial metatheoretic results (including those of Kurt Gödel, Alonzo Church, Alan Turing and others). Just as importantly, it initiated a tradition of common technical work in fields as diverse as philosophy, mathematics, linguistics, economics and computer science." (SEP)<br><br>""Principia Mathematica", the landmark work in formal logic written by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell, was first published in three volumes in 1910, 1912 and 1913. A second edition appeared in 1925 (Volume 1) and 1927 (Volumes 2 and 3). In 1962 an abbreviated issue (containing only the first 56 chapters) appeared in paperback. In 2011 a digest of the book's main definitions and theorems, originally transcribed by Russell for Rudolf Carnap, was reprinted in The Evolution of Principia Mathematica, edited by Bernard Linsky.<br>Written as a defense of logicism (the thesis that mathematics is in some significant sense reducible to logic), the book was instrumental in developing and popularizing modern mathematical logic. It also served as a major impetus for research in the foundations of mathematics throughout the twentieth century. Along with Aristotle's Organon and Gottlob Frege's Grundgesetze der Arithmetik, it remains one of the most influential books on logic ever written." (SEP).‎


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‎WHITEHEAD, ALFRED NORTH & BERTRAND RUSSELL. - [THE BIBLE OF MODERN LOGIC]‎

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‎Principia mathematica. Volume I.‎

‎Cambridge, 1910. Royal 8vo. In a recent half calf with four raised bands and green leather title-label with gilt lettering to spine. Repair to half title, not affecting text. Title-page with repair to outer margin, not affecting text. Previous-owner's name on whilte paper label pasted on to verso of title-page, not affecting text. Errata-leaf with repairs to lower margin. Otherwise, fine and clean. XIII, (3), 666 pp. The seminal first edition of the first volume of the landmark work that founded modern mathematical logic and came to define research in the foundations of mathematics throughout the 20th century. <br><br>"Principia Mathematica" proved to be remarkably influential in at least three ways. First, it popularized modern mathematical logic to an extent undreamt of by its authors. By using a notation superior to that used by Frege, Whitehead and Russell managed to convey the remarkable expressive power of modern predicate logic in a way that previous writers had been unable to achieve. Second, by exhibiting so clearly the deductive power of the new logic, Whitehead and Russell were able to show how powerful the idea of a modern formal system could be, thus opening up new work in what soon was to be called metalogic. Third, Principia Mathematica re-affirmed clear and interesting connections between logicism and two of the main branches of traditional philosophy, namely metaphysics and epistemology, thereby initiating new and interesting work in both of these areas.<br>As a result, not only did Principia introduce a wide range of philosophically rich notions (including propositional function, logical construction, and type theory), it also set the stage for the discovery of crucial metatheoretic results (including those of Kurt Gödel, Alonzo Church, Alan Turing and others). Just as importantly, it initiated a tradition of common technical work in fields as diverse as philosophy, mathematics, linguistics, economics and computer science." (SEP)<br><br>""Principia Mathematica", the landmark work in formal logic written by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell, was first published in three volumes in 1910, 1912 and 1913. A second edition appeared in 1925 (Volume 1) and 1927 (Volumes 2 and 3). In 1962 an abbreviated issue (containing only the first 56 chapters) appeared in paperback. In 2011 a digest of the book's main definitions and theorems, originally transcribed by Russell for Rudolf Carnap, was reprinted in The Evolution of Principia Mathematica, edited by Bernard Linsky.<br>Written as a defense of logicism (the thesis that mathematics is in some significant sense reducible to logic), the book was instrumental in developing and popularizing modern mathematical logic. It also served as a major impetus for research in the foundations of mathematics throughout the twentieth century. Along with Aristotle's Organon and Gottlob Frege's Grundgesetze der Arithmetik, it remains one of the most influential books on logic ever written." (SEP).‎


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(1962)

‎Un roi fit des noces à son fils‎

‎ Desclée de Bruwer 1962, In-8 broché, 175 pages. Introduction de Dom Thierry Maertens. Petites brunissures sur la couverture sans gravité, corps de l'ouvrage en bon état‎


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‎UN ROI FIT DES NOCES A SON FILS‎

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‎BY THE INLAND SEA, STORIES FROM THE BIBLE‎

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‎LE MONDE BIBLIQUE - 95 PHOTOGRAPHIES PAR MICHAEL ET LUZZI WOLGENSINGER‎

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‎Le Monde Biblique.‎

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‎NOUVELLE INTRODUCTION à la BIBLE‎

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‎Traduit de l'anglais par Jacques Winandy. Préface de Roland de Vaux‎

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‎INTRODUCTION A LA BIBLE‎

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‎LA BELLE HISTOIRE DE DAVID‎

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‎Texte français de J.B. Médina.‎

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‎LA BELLE HISTOIRE DE JOSEPH‎

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‎Texte français de J.B. Médina.‎

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