Édouard Berth

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Édouard Berth
Born1875 (1875)
Died1939 (aged 63–64)
NationalityFrench
CitizenshipFrench
OccupationTheorist

Édouard Berth (1875–1939) was a theorist of French syndicalism and disciple of Georges Sorel. In 1911, he co-founded the Cercle Proudhon with Georges Valois.

Berth tried to unify the materialism of Marx and the metaphysics of Bergson through his articulation of revolutionary self-organization of the proletariat.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alain de Benoist, Édouard Berth ou le socialisme héroïque (Sorel - Maurras - Lénine)