The Revolution in the Mind and Practice of the Human Race, or the Coming Change from Irrationality to Rationality

TitleThe Revolution in the Mind and Practice of the Human Race, or the Coming Change from Irrationality to Rationality
Year for Search1839
AuthorsOwen, Robert (1771-1858)
Date Published1839
PublisherEffingham Wilson
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author, Scottish author, Welsh author
Annotation

A statement of the elements of and argument for Owen’s eutopia. See also 1813, 1830, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1846, and 1855 (2) Owen. 

Info Notes

Contains “Narrative of Thirty Years’ Experiment at New Lanark” (4-38); “The Universal Permanent Government, Constitution, and Code of Laws, for all nations, and for each Township, and federation of Townships” (56-71);and “Reasons for the Laws” (72-144). See also A Supplement to the Revolution In Mind & Practice of the Human Race; Shewing the Necessity for, and the Advantages of, This Universal Change. Also A Copy of the Original Memorial (In English, French, and German). Which Was Presented to the Sovereigns Assembled in Congress at Aix-la-Chapelle, in 1818, by the Late Lord Castlereagh, from the Author of the Work, Shewing the Correctness of His Anticipations, As Proved by Subsequent Events. To Which is Added A Discourse Delivered to the Socialists of London, on the 25th of October 1949. London: Effingham Wilson, 1849. The two rpt. together but separately paged. Clifton, NJ: Augustus M. Kelley, 1973.

Author Note

Owen (1771-1858) was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Full Text

1839 Owen, Robert (1771-1858). The Revolution in the Mind and Practice of the Human Race, or the Coming Change from Irrationality to Rationality. London: Effingham Wilson. Contains “Narrative of Thirty Years’ Experiment at New Lanark” (4-38); “The Universal Permanent Government, Constitution, and Code of Laws, for all nations, and for each Township, and federation of Townships” (56-71);and “Reasons for the Laws” (72-144). See also A Supplement to the Revolution In Mind & Practice of the Human Race; Shewing the Necessity for, and the Advantages of, This Universal Change. Also A Copy of the Original Memorial (In English, French, and German). Which Was Presented to the Sovereigns Assembled in Congress at Aix-la-Chapelle, in 1818, by the Late Lord Castlereagh, from the Author of the Work, Shewing the Correctness of His Anticipations, As Proved by Subsequent Events. To Which is Added A Discourse Delivered to the Socialists of London, on the 25th of October 1949. London: Effingham Wilson, 1849. The two rpt. together but separately paged. Clifton, NJ: Augustus M. Kelley, 1973.

A statement of the elements of and argument for Owen’s eutopia. See also 1813, 1830, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1846, and 1855 (2) Owen. Owen was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.