a revolt (franz. révolte; English. revolt) indignation , revolting, riot means. The term stands contrary to the revolution usually for the rebellion of a smaller group of persons, locally is limited for which. Typical examples are mountain workers - revolts.

A “revolution” against it is a rebellion of by far larger consequence, e.g. the French revolution of 1789, which led to a revolution of conditions in completely France and pulled also the neighboring countries in.

“Revolt” can be understood also in a rather indivuellen sense. It meant then revolting an individual imposed or internal-light obligations and expectations approximately from the outside.


of books

  • Jean Améry , over aging: Revolt and. Resignation, Stuttgart: Klett Cotta, 6. Edition 1987
  • Clive Bloom, Violent London: 2000 years OF riots, rebels and revolts, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 2003
  • Paul Burgard, Tagebuch of a revolt: an urban rebellion during the farmer war 1525, Frankfurt/Main; New York: Campus publishing house, 1998
  • Fritz Brupbacher, Michael Bakunin, the Satan of the revolt, Berlin: Libertad publishing house, 1979
  • Albert Camus, humans in the revolt, Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1953
  • Claude Dufresne, Les of révoltes de Paris: 1358-1968, Paris: Bartillat, 1998
  • Werner Giesselmann, “the Manie of the revolt”: Protest under the French July monarchy (1830 - 1848), Munich: Oldenbourg, 1993
  • Paul A. Gilje, Rioting in America, Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University press, 1996
  • Ursula Günther, the woman in the revolt: Fatima Mernissis toolistic society criticism, Hamburg: Dt. Orient Inst., 1993
  • Eric John Hobsbawm, revolution and revolt: Essays to communism, anarchy mash and. Revolution in 20. Jh., Frankfurt A.M. : Suhrkamp, 1977
  • Christina of testicle mountain, rebellion of the webers: the revolt of 1844 and its ascent to the myth, Bonn: Dietz, 1997
  • Johann Mader, philosophy in the revolt: the end of the idealism in 19. Century, Vienna: WUV Univ. - Verl., 1993
  • Martin Guess ago, the “Acte gratuit”, revolt and literature: Hegel, Dostojewskij, Nietz, Gide, Sartre, Camus, Beckett, Heidelberg: Winter, 1980
  • Catherine Salles, Spartacus et la revolt of the Gladiateurs, Bruxelles: Éd. Complexe, 1990
  • Hilde Schmölzer, revolt of the women: Haven advice from 200 years emancipation, Vienna: Ueberreuter, 1999
  • Jean François Steiner, Treblinka: the revolt e. Extermination camp. Vorw. by Simone de Beauvoir, Oldenburg; Hamburg: Stalling, 1966
  • Subrealisti movement, the emperor new dresses. Over D. eastern revolution, Hamburg: OD. Nautilus, 1979


  • La révolte: organs communiste anarchiste, 1879-1893
  • Le cri de révolte: organs revolutionnaire, Paris: Lamargue, 1898-1899
  • revolt. Organ of the Subrealisten, 1973-1982
  • Les Révoltes of logiques: cahiers you Centre de Recherches sur les Idéologies de la Révolte. - Paris: Solin No. 1.1975 -

see also


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