2 edition of Robert Owen, 1771-1858 found in the catalog.
Robert Owen, 1771-1858
David Gwyn Jones
|Statement||gan D. Gwyn Jones.|
|LC Classifications||HX696.O9 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||68119306|
A Bibliography of Robert Owen, the Socialist, - Robert Owen $ Sanctorale Catholicum. Robert Owen $ We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $ Read more. Royle, E. (). Owen, robert (–). In K. Christensen & D. Levinson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of community: From the village to the virtual world (Vol. 1, pp.
() Socialism, it is said,1 was first propounded by Robert Owen. But, as we have seen, the "doctrine of Universal Benevolence, the belief in the Omnipotence of Truth, and in the Perfectibility of Human Nature, are not new, but 'Old, old '"2 The importance, however, of Robert Owen to our discussion, is that it was Owen who first tried to put socialistic theory into practice. Robert Owen () Robert Owen was born on 14 May at Newtown, Montgomeryshire. He was son of Robert Owen and his wife Anne Williams and was the sixth of seven children born to the couple. Owen's father was a saddler and ironmonger and also worked as the village postmaster. (The Life of Robert Owen) This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Preview. Parker J. () Robert Owen – In: Citizenship, Work and Welfare. Palgrave Macmillan, London. eBook Packages Palgrave Social & Cultural Studies Collection; Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations. Cite Author: Julia Parker.
Extract. Owen, Robert (–), socialist and philanthropist, was born on 14 May at Newtown, Montgomeryshire, the son of Robert Owen (–), a saddler and ironmonger as well as the local postmaster, and his wife, Anne Williams (c–), a farmer's was the youngest, but one, of seven children, and his childhood seems to have been a happy . Book Description: This volume consists of twelve essays from leading scholars and younger researchers on various aspects of the life, work and legacy of Robert Owen (). A radical thinker and humanitarian employer Owen made a major contribution to nineteenth-century social movements including co-operatives, trade unions and workers. Owen, Robertworks by owen supplementary bibliography Robert Owen  (), British socialist, was born at Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales. He began to influence social thought in , when he acquired at New Lanark, Scotland, the cotton mills which he .
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedRobert Owen, Robert Owen was born pdf Newtown, Montgomeryshire (Wales) onthe sixth of seven children. His father was a sadler and ironmonger who also served as local postmaster; his mother came from one of the prosperous farming families of Newtown.
OWEN, ROBERT (–), socialist, born on 14 Mayat Newtown, Montgomeryshire, was son of Robert Owen, by his wife, Anne Williams. The father, a saddler and ironmonger, was postmaster of Newtown, then a country town of about a thousand inhabitants.Robert Owen () who advocated the transformation of society through ebook construction of Communities of United Ebook, was personally involved in the implementation of his idea in only two places--in the United States at New Harmony (), and in England at Harmony in Hampshire ().
This book is the first full length study of the latter.