In this classic text, Sorel develops the ideas of violence, myth, and the general strike as the heroic actions of the proletariat. His ideas would later be cited by Marxists and Fascists to support their non-compliant and violent methods to strike at bourgeoisie culture.
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: Letter to Daniel Halevy -- I. Class struggle and violence -- II. decadence of the bourgeoisie and violence -- III. Prejudices against violence -- IV. proletarian strike -- V. political general strike -- VI. ethics of violence -- VII. ethics of the producers -- App. I Unity and multiplicity -- App. II Apology for violence -- App. III In defence of Lenin.
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