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In A Wicked Companyacclaimed historian Philipp Blom retraces the fortunes of this exceptional group of friends. Soilid, but hard to recommend. Het is een fantastisch werk.

While I very much enjoyed the subject matter and contextual, formative placement of the philosophesI did find this a chore to read through starting about halfway. Met kleurrijke details en anekdotes over alle protagonisten zet Blom de Philosophes neer als mensen van vlees en bloed die ook hun kleine kantjes hadden.

The absolute monarchies of early modern Europe were legitimised by the Church but the general will was a secular concept that ran entirely counter to official philip. This seems an odd complaint, but I was more interested in the implications of their ideas than in the minutia. Denis Diderot was de bekendste vaste gene van het salon van Holbach en schreef een hele resem boeken en toneelstukken.

Holbach was born Paul Heinrich Dietrich, in the town of Edesheim in the Rhenish Palatinate inthe son of a wine-grower.

Alleen al het verhaal van de genese van de populaire overlevering van de Verlichting met Rousseau, Voltaire en Immanuel Kant als vaandeldragers — en dus niet de radicalen van de salon van Holbach — maakt Blomms boek de moeite waard, ook voor Bart De Wever. His novel, Luxor has not yet been translated into English.

Repetitive writing, jumping timelines, and rambling points made this less enjoyable. A duchess has no higher claim to happiness than the humblest peasant, and a society gents which happiness is possible not just for the privileged few can be achieved only through solidarity and cooperation.

Het boek komt niet to the point zelfs na de helft gelezen te hebben. Diderot got to know Phulipp after he was released from prison for writing his Letter on the Blind.

Conversely, Rousseau would surely have strongly objected to much of it — not least its resolutely urban focus, which does not fit with his canonisation of rural life.

Blom believes that Holbach has been unjustly neglected and relegated to the footnotes of history because his materialism and atheism are rejected today. Results for Philipp-Blom Book Depository I did like the extra information regarding their lives, how they changed, and the reflectivity of viewing their lives th While I very much enjoyed the subject matter and contextual, formative placement of the philosophesI did find this a chore to read through starting about halfway. All brilliant minds, full of wit, courage, and insight, their thinking created a different and radical French Enlightenment based on atheism, passion, reason, and truly humanist thinking.

GENTE PELIGROSA PHILIPP BLOM PDF

But the book strikes a chord, and confirms my biased opinion that the radical, atheistic, hedonistic Enlightenment thought with its emphasis on the individual in a social context, going back to Epicurus, and influencing amongst others Nietzsche, Shelley, and dare I even suggest it, Dawkins, is a much better guide for today than the soft, watered down and much better known version with its deistic emphas It is clear from the outset whom the author likes and dislikes, and whom he wants us to like.

Really enjoyed this book, the author does protest too much about Rousseau, but still a great read.

His message was too disquieting, too anarchic, too dangerous to be released into the world at large. The result is reasonably interesting — this was a time of great intellectual ferment, and the focus on this fringe element as well as the sometimes gossipy factual background of the protagonists adds perspective to and partially upends?

A Wicked Company: The Forgotten Radicalism of the European Enlightenment

It is a book on personalities, not socio-political trends. Blom weaves the intellectual ambitions of this exhilerating period into an absorbing narrative that will entertain the general reader with an interest in philosophy, and provide valuable insight into the genesis and development of radical political reform in Europe, and the genesis of the Romantic movement as well as the zenith of the Enlightenment.

He distinguishes between a moderate deist Enlightenment and a radical Enlightenment.

A Wicked Company: The Forgotten Radicalism of the European Enlightenment Forgive my unmentionably irritating pun, but this is sacred to me: The mix of philosophical ideas, debates, personal relationships, friendships and occasional jealousies and rivalries in pre-revolutionary Paris makes for a most enjoyable, revealing and stimulating read. Wat mij meer stoort en dit maakt het werk soms bijzonder irritant is de wijze waarop Blom de groep rond Holbach, en vooral Diderot naar zijn hand tracht te zetten.

Admittedly, this is not meant to be the central topic of the book. Agree or disagree, it will leave you with much to contemplate after the fact Return to Book Page.

At a time when culture is beginning genye go backwards to a time of willful, stupidity and ignorance in the guise of fundamentalism and evangelism in the United States, above all this is wonderfully assuring reading. Surely it will get better! Engaging for non-fiction, It read like a story, with each chapter focusing on a different philosophe or event, but while retaining a common thread throughout.

Philipp Blom I highly recommend it.Blom heeft wellicht zoveel prestige dat geen redacteur hem nog durft terecht te wijzen. It is clear from the outset whom the author likes and dislikes, and whom he wants us to like. Faulkis Arguably, Rousseau and Voltaire are handled a bit too savagely though I think I would not, after all, make this argument.

Philipp Blom

Forgive my unmentionably irritating pun, but this is sacred to me: This insight alone should be the principle of all morality. Dit heeft tot gevolg dat er bijzonder veel herhalingen in voorkomen vooral over wat Blom veronderstelt.

Jan 03, Daniel Kukwa rated it really liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. What is more he was the favourite philosopher of Maximilien Robespierre and this, for Blom, ties him to the revolutionary terror and to all forms of totalitarianism in the twentieth century. The second volume in contains a number of articles by Holbach, he would eventually write more thanand the title page pays tribute to an unnamed person who is almost certainly Holbach.

This is an interesting interpretation of the radical enlightenment within Pre-Revolutionary French society.

This was a really compelling read for a social history.