babouvism

ba·bou·vism

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  • babouvism — bəˈbüˌvizəm, bä noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: French babouvisme, from François Émile Babeuf or Babœuf died 1797 French revolutionary + French isme ism : a social and political doctrine or movement advocating a program of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Neo-Babouvism — is a term commonly used to designate a revolutionary communist current in French political theory and action in the nineteenth century. It hearkened back to the Society of the Equals of Gracchus Babeuf and his associates, who tried to overthrow… …   Wikipedia

  • Albert Laponneraye — Albert Dulin de Laponneraye, plus connu sous le nom d’Albert Laponneraye, né le 8 mai 1808 à Tours, mort le 1er septembre 1849 à Marseille, est un auteur et militant républicain et socialiste français. Historien, essayiste… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Babeuf, François-Noël — (1760 1797) ( Gracchus )    revolutionary    Born in Saint Quentin, and spending his early years in the service of the landed aristocracy, François Noël, or Gracchus, Babeuf as he is known, wrote initially on the problems of agrarian law and land …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • babouvist — və̇st noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: French babouviste, from F.E. Babeuf + French iste ist : an advocate of Babouvism …   Useful english dictionary

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