First published in 1915, this edition of George Sorel's Reflections on Violence has been translated and includes an introduction
by T.E. Hulme. In this controversial and enduringly important text, Sorel insists that the class struggle can be overcome
through a violent revolution led by the proletariat against the corrupt bourgeois government. A highly influential text of
its time, particularly in Marxist and Fascist circles, this edition of Reflections on Violence will prove a valuable resource
to students of politics, history and twentieth-century philosophy.