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Utopian Pluralism in Twentieth-century France

Utopian Pluralism in Twentieth-century France


This essay provides an historical critique of the French pluralist tradition of social thought and a reappraisal of Georges Gurvitch's cosmopolitan interventions in the twentieth century.

The essay is a chapter in Pluralism and the Idea of the Republic in France, edited by Julian Wright and H. S. Jones. It can be found here.

 

 
"...An engaging treatment of this neglected figure."  
–Sean Kennedy, University of New Brunswick
Topics
France, history