Birth date: August 24, 1902
Died: November 27, 1985
Fernand Braudel's Books
vol. II, pp. 237-239 are KEY to defining Braudel's project of defining what "capitalism" is and means, and what it means to search for the roots or typology of "capitalism" in the pre-industrial period (c. 1800). Indeed, astonishingly, though the word appears in the 1840s and in Proudhon, Marx never...
(Not everyone will find this book easy to read. The author makes no concessions whatsoever to the reader. The book is crammed with place names and technical vocabulary from weaving, joining, planing, sailing, ploughing, leaching, waxing, glazing, coining, minting, metallurgy, etc. etc... none of w...
Braudel is really excited. Mostly about the Mediterranean.