Émile de Laveleye : economic crisis, Christianity and socialism

Abstract : The 31 volumes of La Grande Encyclopédie were published between 1885 and 1902. As Claude Nicolet put it, this was the period in French history when, following a “dramatic and improbable evolution… the Republic [moved] from utopia to reality” (Nicolet 1982, p. 196). Although the chemist and Radical politician Marcelin Berthelot may not have actively directed it, L’Encyclopédie was cautioned by his moral authority.
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Ludovic Frobert. Émile de Laveleye : economic crisis, Christianity and socialism. Besomi, Daniele. Crises and cycles in economic dictionaries and encyclopaedias, Routledge, pp.320-331, 2012, 9781138807235. ⟨halshs-00714952⟩

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