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Thu Oct 16 18:02:00 2014 UTClccn-n500055050.003, Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, E.C., 10th July, 1894. Dear Sir, At a meeting held here on Saturday, 7th inst., E. Belfort Bax presiding, a new Club was constituted, with its premises in this building, and to be called the "Isocratic Club." Suitable rules were adopted, and provisional committee and officers appointed. The formal inauguration of the Club will take place at an early date. ... A form of candidate's application is enclosed, and we shall be pleased to receive same duly filled in0.691.00Ernest Belfort Bax, middle class revolutionary64021535Ernest_Belfort_Baxn 5000550541068Backs, B.Bakss, B. 1854-1926Bax.Bax, E. B. 1854-1926Bax, E. B. (Ernest Belfort), 1854-1926Bax, E. Belfort.Bax, E. Belfort 1854-1926Bax, E. Belfort (Ernest Belfort), 1854-1926Bax, Ernest B. 1854-1926Belfort Bax, Ernest 1854-1926Бакс, Б 1854-1926lccn-n80032764Schopenhauer, Arthur1788-1860lccn-n50053344Saunders, T. Bailey(Thomas Bailey)1860-1928trllccn-n78095326Morris, William1834-1896viaf-104456812Hume, James Gibson1860-1949auilccn-n79084453Babeuf, Gracchus1760-1797lccn-n50040632Marat, Jean Paul1743-1793lccn-n79021614Kant, Immanuel1724-1804lccn-n84234519Cloots, Anacharsis1755-1794lccn-n92065229Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)viaf-49231791Smith, Adam1723-1790Bax, Ernest Belfort1854-1926HistoryChurch historySourcesBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsEconomicsSocialismSmith, Adam,Great BritainClassical school of economicsWorkPhilosophyAnabaptistsGermanyReformationPeasants' War (1524-1525)FranceRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Social historyMetaphysicsConduct of lifeIntellectual lifePhilosophy, GermanEthicsBabeuf, Gracchus,Women--SuffrageWomen--Social conditionsFeminismMarat, Jean Paul,Science--PhilosophyWorking classPhilosophy, ModernOntologyManners and customsCloots, Anacharsis,Women--Legal status, laws, etcValueSaving and investmentFinance, PublicWar--CausesWealth--Moral and ethical aspectsDivision of laborCivilizationCapitalBax, Ernest Belfort,Commercial policyWomen's rightsSocialistsMcCulloch, J. R.--(John Ramsay),WomenSocialist ethicsEnglandNational characteristics, GermanWealthEurope18541926187618771879188018821883188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519171918192019211922192619271929193319341936193819461949195619661967196819701971197219751976197719791984198819911992199320012006200720082009201020128359142775330HB161ocn002300096ocn001331883ocn000789308ocn004044301ocn004802138ocn001327535ocn003308167ocn003574364ocn006941155ocn007900810ocn005977648ocn001978963ocn002340551ocn003810898ocn001497939ocn013902296ocn608932915ocn613181433ocn680071556ocn36521287983023ocn000391456book19030.59Bax, Ernest BelfortRise and fall of the AnabaptistsHistoryChurch history+-+K85156420666926ocn000452080book18890.63Bax, Ernest BelfortThe peasants war in Germany, 1525-152666513ocn000445634book18940.59Bax, Ernest BelfortGerman society at the close of the Middle Ages51326ocn001277596book18930.82Morris, WilliamSocialism : its growth & outcomeHistory40319ocn000192023book19180.74Bax, Ernest BelfortReminiscences and reflections of a mid and late VictorianHistoryBiography3966ocn002300096book19330.47Schopenhauer, ArthurPhilosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer37859ocn000247148book18000.79Bax, Ernest BelfortThe religion of socialism, being essays in modern socialist criticism36512ocn002868597book19010.37Schopenhauer, ArthurThe wisdom of life, and other essaysHistoryIn this essay from Schopenhauer's final work, Parerga und Paralipomena (1851), the philosopher favors individual strength of will and independent, reasoned deliberation over the tendency to act on irrational impulses. He examines the ways in which life can be arranged to derive the highest degree of pleasure and success31224ocn004581631book19110.77Bax, Ernest BelfortThe last episode of the French revolution : being a history of Gracchus Babeuf and the conspiracy of the EqualsHistory+-+449181999631064ocn006024350book18880.82Bax, Ernest BelfortThe ethics of socialism : being further essays in modern socialist criticism, &c.History27012ocn271179371book19080.86Bax, Ernest BelfortThe fraud of feminismHistoryBy denying the existence of women's oppression and claiming that women have historically been in privileged social positions, the author attacks and ridicules feminism26737ocn004226678book18790.79Bax, Ernest BelfortJean-Paul Marat, the people's friendHistory+-+771872899625028ocn000241376book18910.77Bax, Ernest BelfortOutlooks from the new standpoint24031ocn005977648book18910.70Schopenhauer, ArthurSelected essays of Schopenhauer21821ocn000789308book18830.77Kant, ImmanuelKant's Prolegomena : and Metaphysical foundations of natural science20129ocn006024337book18900.59Bax, Ernest BelfortThe story of the French revolutionHistory19710ocn875136389file19080.92Bax, Ernest BelfortThe legal subjection of men+-+264594267532416720ocn000611743book19150.77Bax, Ernest BelfortGerman culture, past and presentHistory"The following pages aim at giving a general view of the social and intellectual life of Germany from the end of the mediæval period to modern times."--Preface+-+882180159614415ocn002340551book18870.56Smith, AdamAn inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nationsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsSources"An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (generally referred to by the short title The Wealth of Nations) is the masterpiece of the Scottish economist and moral philosopher Adam Smith. It was first published in 1776. It is an account of economics at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, as well as a rhetorical piece written for the generally educated individual of the 18th century - advocating a free market economy as more productive and more beneficial to society. The book is often considered to have laid the basic groundwork for modern economic theory"--Wikipedia+-+266081400511819ocn004374734book18860.82Bax, Ernest BelfortA handbook of the history of philosophy for the use of studentsHistory1312ocn029222933book19920.93Cowley, JohnThe Victorian encounter with Marx : a study of Ernest Belfort BaxHistoryBiography+-+565189503632473ocn223395043book19180.74Bax, Ernest BelfortReminiscences and reflections of a mid and late VictorianHistoryBiography61ocn028109251book19270.63ARCH, RobertErnest Belfort Bax, thinker and pioneer22ocn053790031book19700.92McCandless, PeterErnest Belfort Bax and the British socialist movement, 1880-191411ocn025223886book19070.47Crane, WalterLetter : London, to Grant RichardsALS11ocn021309019book19681.00Langstaff, David JamesErnest Belfort Bax, middle class revolutionary11ocn806192259book1894Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, W.C. Dear Sir, A new club (name to be decided by the members) is being formed for the purpose of promoting social intercourse amongst people whose sympathies are with progress. The subscription is £1 per annum, payable in advance, quarterly, half-yearly, or yearly, with 2s. 6d. entrance fee. Good food and good literature will be provided. Educational work will have due attention. The first general meeting will be held on Saturday, July 7th, at Imperial Buildings, Cursitor Street. Chair taken at 8.30 sharp by E. Belfort Bax. R. A. Brownlie S. D. Shallard Secs. pro tem. A large number of names have been received11ocn806192260book1894Isocratic Club (London, England)3, Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, E.C., 10th July, 1894. Dear Sir, At a meeting held here on Saturday, 7th inst., E. Belfort Bax presiding, a new Club was constituted, with its premises in this building, and to be called the "Isocratic Club." Suitable rules were adopted, and provisional committee and officers appointed. The formal inauguration of the Club will take place at an early date. ... A form of candidate's application is enclosed, and we shall be pleased to receive same duly filled in.+-+K851564206+-+K851564206Thu Oct 16 15:05:58 EDT 2014batch28072