The Psychology of Revolution

The Psychology of Revolution by Gustave Le Bon

Le Bon looks at the brain research of insurgencies in common, both devout and political, as well as the mental and enthusiastic qualities of the movements' pioneers. Most of his cases are drawn from French history, with a specific accentuation on the French Insurgency: its beginnings and sound, also its emotional, spiritualist, and collective impacts.

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