Sermaye Çağı 1848-1875

Sermaye Çağı 1848-1875

Eric Hobsbawm / Sep 18, 2019

Sermaye a Frans z Devrimi nden I D nya Sava na kadar y zy l tarihini ele ald lemesinin bu kitab nda yazar ekonomiden sanata bilimden laikli e burjuva d nyas n n yerle ikle me s recini hegemonik liberalizm

  • Title: Sermaye Çağı 1848-1875
  • Author: Eric Hobsbawm
  • ISBN: 9789757501497
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frans z Devrimi nden I D nya Sava na kadar 19 y zy l tarihini ele ald lemesinin bu kitab nda yazar, ekonomiden sanata, bilimden laikli e burjuva d nyas n n yerle ikle me s recini, hegemonik liberalizmin hemen her ki i ve grubun kendili inden ideolojisi haline geli ini, yanl ama adil bir tarih i tavr yla anlat yor.

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      • Eric Hobsbawm

        Eric Hobsbawm, a self confessed unrepentant communist , was professor emeritus of economic and social history of the University of London at Birkbeck He wrote many acclaimed historical works, including a trilogy on the nineteenth century The Age of Revolution, The Age of Capital, and The Age of Empire, and was the author of The Age of Extremes The Short 20th Century 1914 1991 and his recent autobiography, Interesting Times A Twentieth Century Life.


    514 Comments

    1. The chapter on the arts alone is worth several times the price of admission.Among the many many things I learned: the origins of hipsterism. The phenomenon of bourgeois youth performing a brief, sterile, apolitical, highly stylised rebellion against the materialism of their parents by retreating into some dubiously artistic enclave and imitating the lifestyle of the working class is an invention of the Parisian bohème of the late 19th century. Like all the best insights, should have been obviou [...]


    2. It is good to read quality books on this subject that Le Pen recovers to put their sauce. This book provides an accurate history of capitalism, without concealing anything. What we discover in these pages is that basic capitalism was not a bad thing, he is made when men and politicians have used to consolidate their power. Those who today rightfully condemn this crazy machine that is capitalism, would be very surprised to see that it is their precursors that made this machine went crazy. An impo [...]


    3. Συνεχίζοντας με την ίδια ανορθόδοξη μορφή αφήγησης ο Eric Hobsbawm σε αυτό το βιβλίο ξεκινάει από τις επαναστάσεις του 1848 για να προχωρήσει στην επόμενη φάση της εξέλιξης της εποχής του καπιταλισμού. Το ενδιαφέρον στοιχείο είναι ότι ο συγγραφέας εκμεταλλεύεται το σχετικά πιο ει [...]


    4. As brilliant as this is as a work of synthesis, I wonder if it might help to know something about the era before you start reading? I knew a little, and it helped enormously. Hobsbawm has a habit of referring to historical events which aren't generally well known as if they were as familiar as Beatles lyrics, which can be frustrating even if you know something about the time. Hobsbawm himself recommends some out of print books for this purpose, and unfortunately I don't know any good books to re [...]


    5. Volume two of Eric Hobsbawms' four-part history of the modern world, from 1789 up till 1994. This time it is the Age of Capital, the era post 1848 up until 1875, witnessing the failure of the revolutionary wave of 1848 up to the slowdown in growth of the major industrialised economies in the 1870's. The period deals with the 'high-point' of growth for the developed(ing) industrialised nations (mainly European, although there is some mention of the growth of early North America as well as small s [...]


    6. This is a deeply frustrating book. There's a lot of solid historical information and interesting insights here, but it's all buried in horribly convoluted writing. This is coming from someone who's pretty comfortable with 18th century enlightenment writers like Gibbon, Johnson, and Smith. I'm OK with complex sentence structure, but this is something else. It's almost stream-of-consciousness, peppered with digressions, asides, unnecessary details, caveats, exclusions, qualifiers, and elliptical r [...]


    7. في هذا الجزء يتحدث عن تأثيرات انتصار الليبرالية في أعقاب ثورات ربيع الشعوب عام 1848 وكيف غير الاقتصاد ورأس المال الحياة في أوروبا والدول التي تأثرت بها وكيف استغل الأوروبيون شعوب العالم لزيادة رؤوس أموالهم وأرباحهم التي انتقلت بأوروبا من مجتمع الأرياف إلى مجتمع المدن وأثر هذ [...]



    8. En esta segunda entrega de la Historia de la Modernidad de Hobsbawm, el Británico repite su formato de construcción de la historia. No relata, sino que subdivide toda la información disponible en una serie de capítulos, que dan como resultado dos grandes ejes: Las Causas y sus Consecuencias (Más una breve, pero exquisita contextualización sobre la revolución de 1848).Al respecto, en este tomo, el autor resume el período posterior a la simultánea revolución Europea de 1848, como el del [...]


    9. الكتاب عميق جداً. يتحدث بإسهاب عن التاريخ الاقتصادي والسياسي والاجتماعي لاوروبا خاصة والعالم في الفترة التي ظهرت بها الرأسمالية بين العامين ١٨٤٨ وحتى ١٨٧٥ ، يحاول الإجابة بتفصيل كبير جداً عن سوال كيف ظهرت الرأسمالية وما تأثيرها في كل مناحي الحياة الأوروبية خصوصاً والعالم [...]


    10. I found the period itself too narrow and dull to sustain Hobsbawm dense summations -- though this is a very subjective rating.



    11. Excelente libro. Es muy completo. Profundo aunque obviamente no puede entrar en demasiados detalles. Intenta tocar todo lo importante del período. Se puede leer sin saber demasiado sobre el tema, pero no menosprecia al lector, al contrario lo pone a prueba continuamente. El conocimiento enciclopédico de Eric es admirable. No le da tanta importancia a la Guerra Franco-Prusiana como esperaba. Ni tampoco a la Comuna de París. Aunque son dos hechos insoslayables. En ese sentido me sirvió leer en [...]


    12. "very nice." you could probably have more fun times in this particular time period by reading "late victorian holocausts" by mike davis as a companion piece, or something. also there's a nice sentence where he's like "everyone was a liberal [in classical sense, obviously here folks] then, the way no one is now." guess hobsbawm circa '75 wasn't expecting thatcher and hadn't heard about what reagan had done to california/was planning on doing to america/the world [take a big alzheimer's crap on it [...]


    13. Particularly strong accounts of the economic boom of the 1850s and the knitting together of the world into a single economy. The organization of the book into "developments" and "results" is frustrating though. Unlike in Age of Revolutions in which Hobsbawm has a clear argument for why this organization makes sense (understanding the development of the dual revolution and then seeing its effects) this history suffers from the division.


    14. مؤرخ عالمي من النخب اﻷول، ومحلل موضوعي شمولي، يعيد بناء الصورة التاريخية بكافة جوانبها وظروفها وأسبابها، ابتداء من الثورة المزدوجة (الثورة الصناعية والثورة الفرنسية 1789) وحتى نهاية القرن العشرين. عبر مؤلفات أربعة ضخمة: عصر الثورة، عصر رأس المال، عصر الامبراطورية، عصر التطر [...]


    15. we asked her where he husband was. ‘he’s in america.’ ‘what does he do there?’ ‘he’s got a job as tsar.’ ‘but how can a jew be tsar?’ ‘everything’s possible in america’, she answered. scholem alejchem, 1900.


    16. Transizione e mutamentoQuesto libro tratta un periodo relativamente breve, inizia con l'ultima grande rivoluzione del secolo, o per meglio dire, di moti rivoluzionari forti, potenti, ma che si sono rivelati un fuoco di paglia, per terminare con la Grande Depressione com'è ciclico della storia umana almeno da due secoli a questa parte. L'autore al solito non si sofferma su singoli avvenimenti, ma conduce con un discorso logico compatto il lettore a comprendere cos'è stata l'epoca di cui parla. [...]


    17. Hobsbawn, 1789-1848 arasını çifte devrim çağı olarak niteler. Bu eserde de 1848 devrimlerinin neden başarılı olamadığını, bu dönemde demir, elektrik, kimya, buhar gücü gibi teknik gelişmeler ve ABD'de bulunan altın madenlerine bağlı olarak küresel ticaretin yaygınlaşması üzerinden ele alıyor. Kapitalist ekonominin, küresel pazar kavramının 1720'lerde dahi olduğunu bilsek de 1860'lar artık gerçek bir tek dünya pazarının başlangıcı. İşte bu başlangıcı sü [...]


    18. The book with the highest density of the word 'bourgeois', i've ever read.Covers in detail, and often with too many statistics to absorb, the years 1848-75. I'd recommend readers to brush up on the period, as Eric often assumes a fair portion of knowledge about major events in the period.Otherwise more or lesson on par with the first book in the 'Age Of' series, with the same structure - i.e not strictly chronological, but split into subjects, each covering the whole period with the occasional r [...]


    19. ستلتقط من الكتاب أفكاراً متناثرة هنا وهناك، لكنك لن تخرج منه برؤية واضحة تماماً عن الحقبة التي عالجها المؤلف، ربما يعود هذا لسببين: الأول: أن الكتاب ربما كان موجهاً للقارئ الأروربي بالدرجة الأولى . الثاني: لا بد وقبل قراءة هذا الكتاب أن يكون لدى القارئ رؤية واضحة عن التاريخ ا [...]


    20. Il secondo di una ideale serie di quattro volumi che si conclude con il famoso "il secolo breve". Come tutti gli altri libri di Hobsbawm di questa serie, anche questo è diviso per capitoli tematici che descrivono lo sviluppo di ogni singolo aspetto lungo l'intervallo temporale oggetto del libro. Qui si tratta del terzo quarto del XIX secolo.Molto chiaro e scorrevole.


    21. This book depicts the significant periods of 1848-1875 thoroughly when the road to global capitalistic economy happens that affects to a great extent many isolated countries of the world and at the same time divides them. It is really a great history book and you should give it a try!



    22. A masterpiece describing how bourgeois ideology-though not yet bourgeois rule- conquered the Western world. How the unexampled expansion of world trade after 1848, provided the governments with breathing space, through the general rise of living standards, employment and the'safety valve' of migration. In this period Hobsbawm's 'dual revolution' became asymmetrical, as political liberalism was arrested in most of continental Europe, whereas economic liberalism's theses proved convincing even to [...]


    23. Whilst there is a wealth of information in this book, the quite clearly Marxist sympathies makes me doubt any analysis performed. The chapter on art is atrocious, in effect asserting that there is a single criteria of assessment for art and music, specifically Hobsbawm's taste.


    24. I feel like I sabotaged this book (and "Revolution") a bit by getting distracted in the middle of them and picking up other books, and then later finishing Hobsbawm's a chapter at a time. With "Empire," I was assigned the book and had a week to read it, and so I didn't get distracted and maybe that's why I enjoyed that one the most. Still, H deserves five stars for the trilogy as a whole. This is probably the best presentation of the standard Marxist western narrative of globalization and modern [...]


    25. Μακάρι να ήταν μάθημα ιστορίας στο Γυμνάσιο έχοντας βέβαια και ένα καθηγητή με έμπνευση!


    26. It's hard to think about Hobsbawm or his work without admiration; he writes world history about as well as one could hope"even the most traditional rural patterns of culture were undermined, not so much by migration as by education. For once primary education becomes available to the masses, traditional culture inevitably ceases to be basically oral and face-to-face, and splits into a superior or dominant culture of the literate and an inferior or recessive one of the non-literate. Education and [...]


    27. It's quite hard to tell, but I think this might be the best of the series. Only by a matter of degrees, mind. The same comments that apply to The Age of Revolution apply here - this is a thematic overview, and a companion text that deals with more straightforwardly narrative history would be ideal.The usual caveats about overview historical works apply, too - no overview can cover everything, no scholar can know even a fraction of all the literature for such a broad period and area. And, of cour [...]


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