The philosophy of Edward Bellamy by Morgan, Arthur Ernest

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Statementby Arthur E. Morgan.
LC ClassificationsB945.B44 M6 1979b
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Paginationvii, 96 p. ;
Number of Pages96
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Open LibraryOL4734157M
ISBN 100313210373
LC Control Number78023411

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About this Item: Columbia University Press, New York, xvii, p., front., illus., first edition, inscribed on front blank end paper by Paul Bellamy, Edward Bellamy's son. Columbia studies in American culture, no. "The most detailed examination of Bellamy's philosophy." *Egbert p.

A biography of Edward Bellamy () Edward Bellamy was born Ma in Chicoppee Falls, Massachusetts. Son and grandson of Baptist ministers, Bellamy studied law and worked briefly in the newspaper industry in New York and in Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Edward Bellamy’s most popular book is Looking Backward:   Edward Bellamy, (born MaChicopee Falls, Mass., U.S.—diedChicopee Falls), American writer known chiefly for his utopian novel Looking Backward, – The son of a Baptist minister, Bellamy first realized the plight of the urban poor at 18 while studying for a year in Germany.

He studied law, was admitted to the bar inbut soon turned to journalism. Edward Bellamy’s popular novel, Looking Backwardis frequently cited as one of the most influential books in America between the s and the s.

This novel of social reform was published ina time when Americans were frightened by working class violence and disgusted by the conspicuous consumption of the privileged minority. Had Bellamy lived to the ripe old age ofhe no doubt would have been disappointed to find capitalism running amok, and his fellow man no less greedy and self-serving than in his own time.

But he didn't live to be In fact, Bellamy was still a relatively young man when he died of tuberculosis in Edward Bellamy Looking Backward [book]. Looking Backward: – is a utopian novel by Edward Bellamy, a journalist and writer from Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts; it was first published in It was the third largest bestseller of its time, after Uncle Tom's Cabin and Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.

It influenced many intellectuals, and appears by title in many socialist writings of the : Edward Bellamy. The philosophy of Edward Bellamy book   Edward Bellamy does an excellent albeit sometimes pedantic job of communicating his socioeconomic views and provides an interesting and informative read, despite the fact that the utopia of his fictional creation is a socialist nightmare in the realm of my own personal philosophy.5/5(6).

Edward Bellamy One of the best-selling books of its era, Looking Backwards presents a science-fiction-influenced twist on standard political philosophy. In the novel, protagonist Julian West finds himself transported to twenty-first century America, which has become a socialist utopia.

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Francis Bellamy and Edward Bellamy and Charles Bellamy (author of: A Moment of Madness) and Frederick Bellamy (who introduced Edward to socialistic Fourierism) were all socialists.

That millenium was still "impending" at the time of Edward Bellamy's book "Looking Backward: " in which Edward also makes predictions of everlasting prosperity through National Socialism.

Edward originally thought that the time frame for reaching National Socialism in "Looking Backward" would be a thousand years, or much longer than. •"Bellamy's early essays and stories sometimes indirectly criticized conventional American attitudes" •due to his ideas of peace and equality, Nationalist clubs were founded •had a magazine from called "The Nationalist" •Looking Backward sold over 1, copies, but Equality wasn't as successful.

Edward Bellamy's philosophy of Nationalism led to the creation of clubs that supported public ownership of industry and utility companies. The Social Gospel movement. speak of Edward Bellamy's "Looking Backward." "Of course you know," they say, "that it really isn't first-rate economics." And yet in further conversation I have known a very large number of these same somewhat scornful Socialists to admit, "You know, the first thing that got me started to thinking about Socialism was Bellamy's 'Looking Backward.'"File Size: KB.

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LOOKING BACKWARD BY EDWARD BELLAMY: FREE BOOK SUMMARY / LIT NOTES CHAPTER IV Summary. Feeling faint, Julian is led inside and given some wine and food by the doctor. He admits that he now believes that this is not a joke. The two men introduce themselves. The doctor’s name is Leete. Looking Backward from to by Edward Bellamy.

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Volume IV. Number 1. March   Edward Bellamy, ca.the year after writing his novel Looking Backward, shown here in a edition. [Library of Congress] Ina new political magazine in Boston described plans for an “American Revolution of ” 1 Denouncing the “wage slavery” of the Gilded Age, the writers proposed to abolish capitalism and turn the economy over to the : Garrett Dash Nelson.

To Succeed One Must First Dream in Looking Backwards by Edward Bellamy Words | 5 Pages. Set in the late 19th and early 21th century, Looking Backwards is a utopian novel discussing the advantages of socialism, a political philosophy that many disenchanted intellectuals of the 19th century believed in.

Edward Bellamy, the author, is included in that class of intellectuals. Primary Sources Edward Bellamy. Edward Bellamy was born at Chicopee Fa lls, Massachusetts, on 26th March, His father, Rufus King Bellamy, was a Baptist minister, whereas his mother, Maria Louisa Putnam Bellamy, was a Calvinist.

Bellamy studied law but determined to be a writer, he began working for the newspaper, the Springfield later moved to the New York Post. Read this book on Questia. An author wrote me recently that after working through several years on a biography of a well-known contemporary of Edward Bellamy in social pioneering, he had dropped the project because the personality of his subject continued to.

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Edward Bellamy (Ma – ) was an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, Looking Backward, a tale set in the distant future of the year Bellamy's vision of a harmonious future world inspired the formation of at least "Nationalist Clubs" dedicated to the propagation of Bellamy's political ideas and working to make them a practical reality.

Bellamy labeled the philosophy behind the vision "nationalism", and his work inspired the formation of more than Nationalist Clubs to propagate his ideas.

Despite the "ethical" character of his socialism (though he was initially loath to use the term "socialism"). Looking Backward belongs to the centuries-old tradition of utopian fiction, fiction that attempts to portray a perfect human society. The plot is simple and minimal, merely a vehicle for Bellamy's ideas for social reform.

Bellamy knew that his nineteenth-century audience was extremely hostile to the idea of an economy based on public capital, a premier tenet of socialism, a reviled political.And yet, all these things were precisely what happened to Edward Bellamy’s novel Looking Backward: The novel tells the story of Julian West who falls into a .

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