The psychology of revolution gustave le bon bernard miall on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers le bon examines the psychology of revolutions in general both religious and political as well as the mental and emotional qualities of the movements leaders most of his examples are drawn from french history. The psychology of revolutions makes them fundamentally unpredictable the protesters were as astonished as they were angry not long before no one imagined the regime was vulnerable. The psychology of revolution past and present august 23 2011 1106 volumes have been written on the subject of this human behavior and both historians and other scholars have addressed the subject in great detail. When renowned french sociologist gustave le bon 1841 1931 who pioneered the field of mass psychology took a fresh scientific look at the subject of revolution and in particular the french revolution he stripped away legend and illusion to find the core reality
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