Works of E. Belfort Bax

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E. Belfort Bax

E. Belfort Bax

1854 – 1925


Biography by Robert Arch

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At the moment the following texts are available either here in the Archive or by links to other Websites:

1880s1890s1900s1910s1920s
 

April 1879:

The Word “Religion”

August 1879:

Modern Socialism

August 1879:

Leaders of Modern Thought. Artur Schopenhauer

April 1881:

The Ideal of the Future (Part 1)

June 1881:

The Ideal of the Future (Part 2)

August 1879:

Leaders of Modern Thought. Richard Wagner

December 1881:

Leaders of Modern Thought: XXIII. Karl Marx

1882:

Jean Paul Marat: A Historico-Biographical Sketch

September 1883:

The Modern Revolution I

September 1883:

The Modern Revolution II

January 1884:

Bourgeois Economy and School Boards

January 1884:

To Our Readers (with J.L. Joynes)

January 1884:

Unscientific Socialism

15 January 1884:

The Modern Revolution

1 March 1884:

The German Press on the Socialist Movement in England

8 March 1884:

Dynamite in England

22 March 1884:

A Tale of the Paris Slums

21 June 1884:

Socialism and Religion

July 1884:

A French Economist on Collectivism

July 1884:

International Socialism

16 August 1884:

Socialism and the Sunday Question

6 December 1884:

A “Free Press”

February 1885:

Imperialism v. Socialism

March 1885:

Gordon and the Soudan

April 1885:

At Bay

May 1885:

Peace or War?

June 1885:

British Foreign Policy

June 1885:

The Socialist Platform, No. 1, with Wm. Morris

August 1885:

The Congo (book review)

October 1885:

The Manifesto of The Socialist League (2nd Edition) (with William Morris)

November 1885:

Conscience and Commerce

December 1885:

Swell “Cracksmen”

1886:

A Short Account of the Commune of Paris of 1871 (with Victor Dave & William Morris) (pamphlet)

1886-88:

Socialism From The Root Up or Socialism Its Growth & Outcome (with William Morris)

January 1886:

The Criminal Court Judge

January 1886:

Morocco

February 1886:

The Two Enthusiasms: An Answer to Mr. Karl Pearson

March 1886:

Looting, Scientific and Unscientific

April 1886:

Some Bourgeois Idols; Or Ideals, Reals, and Shams

8 May 1886:

Burmah

8/15 May 1886:

The Commercial Hearth

22 May 1886:

The International Octopus; More Suckers Thrown Out

19 June 1886:

Sentimental Brutality

24 July 1886:

Civil Law under Socialism: Contract and Libel

7 August 1886:

The Fall of Dilke

December 1886:

The Religion of Socialism

4 December 1886:

Lissagary’s History of the Commune (review)

4 December 1886:

The Old Old Story

1887:

Introduction to Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations

1887:

Will Socialism Benefit the English People? (Debate with Charles Bradlaugh)

January 1887:

Reason v. Rhetoric

29 January 1887:

Men versus Classes

12 February 1887:

The Latest Thing in International Burglary

12 February 1887:

The P.M.G. And Cairene Morality

5 March 1887:

Church Parades

13/19 March 1887:

Criminal Law Under Socialism

9 April 1887:

Legality

23 April 1887:

Concerning “Justice”

7 May 1887:

On Some Forms of Modern Cant

9/16 July 1887:

The Morrow of the Revolution

July 1887:

Some Heterodox Notes on the Women Question, To-Day

September 1887:

The Curse of Civilisation

October 1887:

No Misogyny But True Equality, To-Day

November 1887:

Doctor Faustus and His Contemporaries

December 1887:

Editorial Notes, To-Day

December 1887:

Playing to the Gallery, To-Day

January 1888:

The St Gallen Congress

April 1888:

On Immortality

June 1888:

– Et Impera

28 July 1888:

Africa

October 1888:

A Free Fantasia on Things Divine and Human

August 1889:

The Curse of Law

14 November 1889:

The Ethics of Socialism

1890:

Sketches of the French Revolution

January 1890:

The Decay of Pagan Thought

29 March 1890:

A Word for the Men (letter)

May 1890:

Courage: The Logic, Phenomenology, and History of a Concept

24 October 1890:

The International Situation

November 1890:

Liberalism versus Socialism

December 1890:

The Practical Significance of Philosophy

January 1891:

The Economical Basis of History

February 1891:

A Socialist’s Notes on Practical Ethics

21 March 1891:

Individual Rights Under Socialism

9 May 1891:

Personal Explanation (letter)

30 May 1891:

The Socialistic Situation

27 June 1891:

The German Party: Its Misfortunes and its Faults

December 1891:

Fabianism

December 1891:

Outlooks From a New Standpoint

16 April 1892:

Discipline and Indiscipline

30 April 1892:

After the Eight Hours’ Bill

18 June 1892:

Internecine Divisions in the Socialist Party

9 July 1892:

Stanley Goes Under

9 July 1892:

Stanley Must Be Kept Under

29 October 1892:

Political and Social Democracy

1893:

The Ethics of Socialism

15 April 1893:

Two Question-Begging Saws

13 May 1893:

The Zurich Resolutions

24 June 1893:

Germany Shows The Way

8 July 1893:

The Accursed Word of Command

8 July 1893:

Royalty and Revolution

19 August 1893:

The New International

26 August 1893:

Equality, Not Privilege (letter)

18 October 1893:

The Rule of the Small Middle Class

25 November 1893:

“Reasonable” Social Democracy

1894:

German Society at the Close of The Middle Ages

1894:

The Paris Commune

19 May 1894:

The New Gospel

16 June 1894:

Missionary and Mercantile Enterprise

23 June 1894:

Laissez Faire Outflanked

1 August 1894:

The Natural History of the Non-Conformist Conscience

10 November 1894:

The Late Czar

1895:

Value

20 April 1895:

Dead Sea Fruit

June 1895:

“Voluntaryism” versus “Socialism”

8 June 1895:

“Religion” and Socialism

27 July 1895:

The Woman Question

17 August 1895:

Bebel’s Woman and Socialism

24 August 1895:

Frederick Engels (obituary)

14 September 1895:

International versus National Socialism

19 October 1895:

The Cult of Abstractions

23 November 1895:

“Free Love” and Socialism – A Criticism

30 November 1895:

The Everlasting Female Again!

14 December 1895:

Aliens

30 December 1895:

The Forerunners of Modern Socialism

11 January 1896:

Socialist Ethics and Abstinence (letter)

18 January 1896:

The Proposed Debate (letter)

15 February 1896:

Socialism and Foreign Politics

1 May 1896:

The True Aims of “Imperial Extension” and “Colonial Enterprise”

13 June 1896:

Idealogic Social Forces

27 June 1896:

South Africa Again

October 1896:

The synthetic or the neo-Marxist conception of history

November 1896:

Our German Fabian Convert; or, Socialism According to Bernstein

November 1896:

Eduard Bernstein: Amongst the Philistines – A Rejoinder to Belfort Bax

November 1896:

The Socialism of Bernstein

28 November 1896:

Our Fabian Philosopher

30 January 1897:

Morals, Economics And Politics

13 February 1897:

A Word to Herbert Burrows (letter)

May 1897:

The Bourgeois Radical Movement and Socialism

1 May 1897:

The Decline of Militarism

June 1897:

Tom Mann on “Socialism in England.”

July 1897:

Some Current Fallacies on the Woman Question

August 1897:

Legal Encouragements to Blackmail

4 September 1897:

One Reactionary Mass

27 November 1897:

Bourgeois Scholarship and “Dangerous” Doctrines

27 November 1897:

The “Collective Will” and Law

29 January 1898:

Barbarism and Civilisation (letter)

May 1898:

Democracy and the Word of Command

1 May 1898:

War and Markets

9 July 1898:

Marxophobia

6 August 1898:

Bismarck

13 August 1898:

The Italian Prisoners’ Fund

20 August 1898:

Old London Again

October 1898:

An Old War Horse

December 1898:

In Defence Of Socialism

1899:

The Peasant War (Germany)

11 February 1899:

English Barrister (letter)

February 1899:

A Chat with the Great Aborigines Protectionist

11 February 1899:

The True Inwardness of the Peace Crusade

25 February 1899:

Cross-Examination (letter)

20 May 1899:

Imperial Extensions and Socialist Intentions

27 May 1899:

Robespierre (letter)

June 1899:

Sexual Ethical Twaddle

10 June 1899:

The Maximum (letter)

August 1899:

The Ethics of the “Burning Stain”

26 August 1899:

Socialism and Dogma

30 September 1899:

Socialism and Dogma (letter)

28 October 1899:

Jews, Boers and Patriots

4 November 1899:

Jews, Boers and Patriots – II

1900:

Jean-Paul Marat: The People’s Friend

1900:

The Rise and Fall of the Anabapists

January 1900:

Treacherous Toleration and Faddist Fanaticism

19 May 1900:

British Freedom

26 May 1900:

Wanted, A New Morality?

July 1900:

A Word With Professor Beesly

25 August 1900:

It Must Be – Must It Be?

September 1900:

Love Of Country

13 October 1900:

Some Reflections on the Paris Congress

27 October 1900:

Reflections on Comrade Rickert (letter)

15 January 1901:

A Bundle of Fallacies

16 February 1901:

Blacks, Whites and “Fads” (letter)

April 1901:

Outraged Feminism

1 May 1901:

Patriotism

13 July 1901:

The Queen’s Hall Meeting (letter)

27 July 1901:

Socialism And The Pro-Boer Movement

3 August 1901:

Boer, Briton and Zulu

24 August 1901:

The Decencies of Controversy (letter)

September 1901:

Last Words on “Blacks and Whites”

21 September 1901:

Religion v. Ethics (letter)

26 October 1901:

How the Governing Classes Write History

2 November 1901:

Sentiment and Judicial Murder

7 December 1901:

The Death Penalty (letter)

January 1902:

Pro-British Arguments

February 1902:

Factitious Unity

1 March 1902:

Ferri and the Woman Question (letter)

June 1902:

The Synthetic or the Neo-Marxist Conception of History

June 1902:

Bernstein and the German Party

5 July 1902:

Hysterics in Political Discussion (letter)

August 1902:

Last Words on the Bernstein Question

30 August 1902:

A Personal Explanation (letter)

20 September 1902:

A Personal Explanation (letter)

1902:

E.B. Bax/G.B. Shaw: An Exchange
consisting of:

August 1902:

Bax: Shaw and Fabianism (letter)

September 1902:

The Synthetic Or the Neo-Marxist Conception of History

November 1902:

Shaw: Note on Bax’s Letter (letter)

November 1902:

Bax:Rejoinder to Shaw’s Letter (letter)

December 1902:

Feminism in extremis

1903:

A New Catechism of Socialism (with H. Quelch)

1903:

Liberalism & Labour

January 1903:

The Aims and Limitations of the Materialist Conception of History

20 February 1903:

Fossil Remains

30 May 1903:

Shall There Be Two Socialist Parties?

September 1903:

Clericalism and Socialism

3 October 1903:

Class-Consciousness and Class-War

3 October 1903:

Man and Superman (review)

7 November 1903:

Preaching and Practice

14 November 1903:

The Breeding of Genius (letter)

26 December 1903:

A Personal Explanation (letter)

1904:

Socialism

1904:

Value

30 January 1904:

Immorality in the Potteries (letter)

27 February 1904:

Comrade Hyndman’s War Manifesto (letter)

12 March 1904:

Russia and Japan (letter)

16 April 1904:

Baneful Fallacy

July 1904:

Patriotism: its growth and outcome

16 July 1904:

National “Ideals” and the Pest of “Patriotism”

10 September 1904:

Liberty and Labour

15 September 1904:

Female Suffrage and Its Implications

24 September 1904:

The Ethics of Socialism

31 December 1904:

Beyond Selfish and Unselfish

14 January 1905:

Christianity and Socialism (letter)

4 February 1905:

Christianity and Socialism (letter)

16 February 1905:

Christianity and Socialism (letter)

May 1905:

Anti-alcohol

22 July 1905:

Our Foreign Policy (letter)

5 August 1905:

Kings and Socialists (letter)

12 August 1905:

The Materialist Conception of History (letter)

28 August 1905:

Socialism and Asceticism

October 1905:

The Economical Theory of History

January 1906:

Dogmatic Historics

10 February 1906:

Mr. Morley and the “National Workshops” of ’48

31 March 1906:

The “National Workshops” of ’48 (letter)

14 April 1906:

Morocco (letter)

14 April 1906:

Socialist Ethics and Private Charity

2 June 1906:

Labour Party Humbug (letter)

June 1906:

Materialistic Or Synthetic Historics? Final Words

30 June 1906:

Continuity – Voila l’Ennemi!

25 August 1906:

Moral Book-Keeping by Double Entry

25 August 1906:

Why Attack Religion! (letter)

22 September 1906:

Socialism and Religion (letter)

17 November 1906:

Socialism and the Family

December 1906:

Party Progress and Party Problems

1907:

Essays in Socialism: New & Old

26 January 1907:

Socialism and the Family (letter)

4 May 1907:

Labour Day and Imperialism

18 May 1907:

The Rayner Question (letter)

13 July 1907:

Patriotism, Militarism and Ethics

20 July 1907:

John A. Hobson (review)

14 September 1907:

The International Congress and Colonial Policy

5 October 1907:

Soleiland and the Death Penalty

5 October 1907:

A Protest

18 January 1908:

Pity the Poor Papist (letter)

6 June 1908:

Internationalism and Bourgeois Foreign Politics

August 1908:

Socialism Real and So-Called

29 August 1908:

The Case of Gott

13 February 1909:

A Socialist Administration

March 1909:

A Study in Socialist Heresy-Hunting

May 1909:

Why I Am an Anti-Suffragist

15 May 1909:

Burrows as Feminist (letter)

5 June 1909:

Socialism as the Palladium of Individual Liberty (letter)

31 July 1909:

Machiavelli Isn’t In It!

21 August 1909:

Contemptible Methods (letter)

September 1909:

Women’s Privileges and “Rights”

18 September 1909:

A Different Interpretation (letter)

October 1909:

Kautsky’s Origins of Christianity (review)

23 October 1909:

The Legal Subjection of Men (letter)

19 March 1910:

The Gaggers (letter)

30 April 1910:

Some Reflections on the International Movement

14 May 1910:

Woods on Women (letter)

4 June 1910:

Re Woods (letter)

6 August 1910:

Thorne and the Police (letter)

20 August 1910:

Democracy

17 September 1910:

The Right of Asylum (letter)

24 September 1910:

Congress Procedure (letter)

3 December 1910:

The “Maximum” 1 (letter)

31 December 1910:

The “Maximum” 2 (letter)

1911:

Gracchus Babeuf and the Conspiracy of the Equals

18 February 1911:

Some Considerations on Democracy

29 April 1911:

Internationalism

22 July 1911:

Patriotism v. Socialism

August 1911:

The Essential Socialism 1

9 September 1911:

Patriotism v. Socialism (letter)

16 September 1911:

The Maximum (letter)

October 1911:

The Essential Socialism 2

30 December 1911:

The Essential Socialism Again (letter)

1912:

Problems of Mind and Morals

20 January 1912:

The Marriage Relation Under Socialism (letter)

10 February 1912:

Marriage Under Socialism (letter)

30 March 1912:

The Suffrage Outrages (letter)

April 1912:

Bowing Down in the Temple Of Rimmon

4 May 1912:

The Pagan Socialist

29 June 1912:

Socialism and the Catholic Church (letter)

July 1912:

Jean Jacques Rousseau

6 July 1912:

Spargo, Marx and Bax (letter)

17 August 1912:

Socialism and Catholicism (letter)

5 October 1912:

The International Socialist Congress of 1913
(protest letter signed jointly with H.M. Hyndman & Harry Quelch)

November 1912:

Nationalities And Individuals

1913:

The Fraud of Feminism

27 September 1913:

Harry Quelch (obituary)

October 1913:

A Few Reminiscences of August Bebel

1914:

Harry Quelch (obituary)

18 January 1914:

1884-1914

9 April 1914:

The New Religion of the Possessing Classes

16 September 1914:

Germany and the Prussian Domination

December 1914:

Socialism, Materialism, and the War (with H.M. Hyndman)

28 January 1915:

Internationalism and Patriotism

11 February 1915:

Organisation versus Principle I

18 February 1915:

Organisation versus Principle II

22 April 1915:

The German S.D.P. (letter)

6 May 1915:

War Reflections – I

13 May 1915:

War Reflections – II

1 July 1915:

Compulsion (letter)

30 September 1915:

The German Situation I

7 October 1915:

The German Situation II

6 January 1916:

Internationalism, Nationalism and Patriotism

25 May 1916:

Internationalism and Anti-Nationalism (letter)

28 September 1916:

A Profound Work with a Bad Title (review)

18 January 1917:

Law Of Maximum

15 February 1917:

F.J. Gould and the Jews

1 March 1917:

The Law Of Maximum (letter)

8 March 1917:

The Means and the End

22 March 1917:

F.J. Gould’s National Socialism

17 May 1917:

Plechanoff and the Marxian Historical Theory

26 July 1917:

The Law Of Maximum (letter)

20 September 1917:

The Law Of Maximum (letter)

29 November 1917:

The Law Of Maximum (letter)

1918:

Reminiscences and Reflexions of a mid and late Victorian

24 January 1918:

The Law Of Maximum (letter)

31 January 1918:

The “Herd Instinct”

14 March 1918:

Lawyers And Judges

18 April 1918:

The Majority as Standard of Value

18 May 1918:

Capitalism and the Class War

6 June 1918:

Otto Rühle

13 June 1918:

Benedetto Croce (review)

27 June 1918:

George Plechanoff (obituary)

August 1918:

The Modern State, Internationalism, and War

28 November 1918:

The Present Situation

19 December 1918:

The Woman Question and Marxian Historical Materialism

30 January 1919:

Barbarism, Civilisation and Socialism

27 February 1919:

Germany and the Political Situation

13 March 1919:

Critical Chronicle: The Death Of Kurt Eisner

20 March 1919:

The Outlook in Germany

24 April 1919:

The Question of “Maximum”

4 September 1919:

The Soul of the German People

2 October 1919:

Sentiment and the National State

November 1919:

Democratic Control and Individual Right

25 December 1919:

Huns and Hungarians (letter)

15 January 1920:

Capitalist Government and Socialist Administration

19 February 1920:

Religion and Labour

26 August 1920:

Two Bolshevist Intellectuals (review)

3 February 1921:

The Evolution Of Revolution (review)

10 February 1921:

1884 and 1921

23 June 1921:

The Evolution of Law (review)

22 September 1921:

An Industrial Magnate’s Ideal (review)

25 May 1922:

Military Service (letter)

22 June 1922:

The League of Nations

26 October 1922:

“Poison” and Preparedness (review)

8 February 1923:

Justice and the Early Days of the SDF

3 May 1923:

Socialism and the League of Nations

24 May 1923:

Puritanism and Labour

31 May 1923:

Socialism and the League of Nations (letter)

14 June 1923:

Limits to Majority Rule

14 June 1923:

War and the League

28 June 1923:

The Consistency Tag

23 August 1923:

The Armed Nation (letter)

13 September 1923:

The Helpless League

1924:

Analysis of Reality

1 January 1924:

Forty Years After 1884-1924

10 April 1924:

Present Day Enemy Principles

3 July 1924:

Labour Party and Puritanism

18 September 1924:

League of Nations as a Reality

 

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