Critique des parlements et critique de l’intérêt général dans La théologie politique de Mazzini de Bakounine

Abstract : "This contribution deals with Bakunin’s materialistic conception of human interests and its relationship to his harsh criticism of any idea of general interest, political representation and centralisation, especially in his late work Mazzini’s Political Theology and the International. The purpose of the article is to show how, by considering human interests and their role in society and history from a materialistic point of view, Bakunin also thinks general interest as something impossible, so that any legitimate foundation for political representation in a centralist assembly. The first part of the contribution deals with this materialistic conception of interests and its relationship to Marx’s materialistic conception of history. The second part is about the very criticism of general interest as a mere fiction, so that any legitimate representation in the framework of a centralised system becomes impossible, even if the members of such an assembly are limited by imperative mandates."
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Jean-Christophe Angaut. Critique des parlements et critique de l’intérêt général dans La théologie politique de Mazzini de Bakounine. Astérion, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, 2017, ⟨10.4000/asterion.3064⟩. ⟨halshs-01678286⟩

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