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  1. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (Besançon, 15 de enero de 1809 - Passy, 19 de enero de 1865), fue un filósofo, político y revolucionario anarquista francés y, junto con Bakunin, Kropotkin y Malatesta, uno de los padres del movimiento anarquista histórico y de su primera tendencia económica, el mutualismo

  2. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon fotografado por Tournachon em 1862. Ao afirmar que "propriedade é liberdade", ele se referia àquilo produzido em coletividades - a propriedade coletiva de camponeses e artesãos, capaz de possibilitar pertences pessoais, habitação, ferramentas de trabalho, e o valor justo pela venda de seus produtos.

  3. Karl Marx, although initially favourable to Proudhon's work, later criticised, among other things, the expression "property is theft" as self-refuting and unnecessarily confusing, writing that " 'theft' as a forcible violation of property presupposes the existence of property" and condemning Proudhon for entangling himself in "all sorts of fantasies, obscure even to himself, about true ...

  4. Victor Proudhon, préfet d'Eure-et-Loir installé le 23 octobre 1884 ; Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865), polémiste, journaliste, économiste, philosophe, sociologue français, précurseur de l'anarchisme ; Léon Proudhon (1810-1887), officier de marine et homme politique ; André Proudhon (1914-1944), résistant français et Juste parmi les ...

  5. Une journée chargée en émotions pour 2 équipes soit 10 élèves (Collège, CLEX, ULIS, SEGPA) du collège Proudhon dans le cadre du Raid Handi forts des jeunes

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AnarchyAnarchy - Wikipedia

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon adopted anarchy and anarchist in his 1840 treatise What Is Property? to refer to anarchism, a new political philosophy and social movement that advocates stateless societies based on free and voluntary associations.

  7. Among the early influences on individualist anarchism were William Godwin (philosophical anarchism), Josiah Warren (sovereignty of the individual), Max Stirner , Lysander Spooner (natural law), Pierre-Joseph Proudhon , Henry David Thoreau (transcendentalism), Herbert Spencer (law of equal liberty) and Anselme Bellegarrigue (civil disobedience).