[E–pub Lire] Psychologie des foules – Psychologie of crowd (Bilingual French–English Edition): The Crowd, Par Gustave le Bon : A Study of the Popular Mind (Early works of social psychology t. 1)



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Psychologie des foules - Psychologie of crowd (Bilingual French-English Edition): The Crowd, by Gustave le Bon : A Study of the Popular Mind (Early works of social psychology t. 1)

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L2 Page 19 Moreover by the mere fact that HE FORMS PART OF AN ORGANISED CROWD A MAN forms part of an organised Crowd A Man "Several Rungs In The Ladder "Rungs In The Ladder a man descends several rungs in the ladder of Isolated he may be a cultivated individual in a crowd he is a barbarian that is a creature acting by instinct He possesses the spontaneity the violence the ferocity and also the enthusiasm and heroism of primitive beings whom he further tends to resemble by the facility with which he allows himself to be impressed by words and images which would be entirely without action on each of the isolated individuals composing the crowd and to be induced to commit acts contrary to his most obvious interests and his best known habits An individual in a crowd is a grain of sand amid other grains of sand which the wind stirs up at will3 Page 46 A person is not religious solely when he worships a divinity but when he puts all the resources of his mind the complete submission of his will and the whole souled ardour of fanaticism at the service of a cause or an individual who becomes the goal and guide of his thoughts and actions Intolerance and fanaticism are the necessary accompaniments of the religious sentiment They are inevitably displayed by those who believe themselves in the possession of the secret of earthly or eternal happiness These two characteristics are to be found in all men grouped together when they are inspired by a conviction of any kind The Jacobins of the Reign of Terror were at bottom as religious as the Catholics of the Inuisition and their cruel ardour proceeded from the same source4 Page 99 The philosophic absurdity that often marks general beliefs has never been an obstacle to their triumph Indeed the triumph of such beliefs would seem impossible unless on the condition that they offer som. Foules Psycholog. E mysterious absurdity In conseuence the evident weakness of the socialist beliefs of to day will not prevent them triumphing among the masses Their real inferiority to all religious beliefs is solely the result of this consideration that the ideal of happiness offered by the latter being realisable only in a future life it was beyond the power of anybody to contest it The socialist ideal of happiness being intended to be realised on earth the vanity of of anybody to contest it The socialist ideal of happiness being intended to be realised on earth the vanity of promises will at once appear as soon as the first efforts towards their realisation are made and simultaneously the new belief will entirely lose its prestige Its strength in conseuence will only increase until the day when having triumphed its practical realisation shall commence For this reason while the new religion exerts to begin with like all those that have preceded it a destructive influence it will be unable in the future to play a creative part Note that Gustave Le Bon wrote about the results and later fall of socialism decades before the founding of Soviet Union and almost 100 ears before the end of Soviet Union Gustave Le Bon was a the end of Soviet Union Gustave Le Bon was a of crowd psychology Almost 120 ears after its publication this book is less outdated than our today s newspaper Yes I know that Gustave Le Bon was a weak physicist but as a mob psychologyst his book remains a monument to human thinking about crowd psychologyThe main problem of this book is to have some drops of eugenics but Gustave Le Bom never was eugenicist than Theodore Roosevelt or the Wright Brothers for instance Another even smaller problem is that this book was writen in late XIX Century and couldn t use facts after that time Le Bon repeats concepts but these are very interesting ones to understand how we live in this world. Y of Crowds 1895.