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  1. Vor einem Tag · Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (UK: / ˈ p r uː d ɒ̃ /, US: / p r uː ˈ d ɒ̃, p r uː ˈ d oʊ n /, French: [pjɛʁ ʒɔzɛf pʁudɔ̃]; 15 January 1809 – 19 January 1865) was a French socialist, politician, philosopher, and economist who founded mutualist philosophy and is considered by many to be the "father of anarchism".

  2. 3. Apr. 2024 · January 19, 1865, Paris (aged 56) Subjects Of Study: property. anarchism. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (born January 15, 1809, Besançon, France—died January 19, 1865, Paris) was a French libertarian socialist and journalist whose doctrines became the basis for later radical and anarchist theory.

  3. Vor 4 Tagen · 45 Published as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Contradictions politiques. Théorie du mouvement constitutionnel. (L’Empire parlementaire et l’opposition légale) (Paris: Lacroix, 1870). The original incomplete manuscript can be found at in BECB, MS. 2806. Proudhon appears to have imagined adding as an appendix to this work of constitutional theory ...

  4. Vor 2 Tagen · Author of the slogan “Property is theft,” friend and then enemy of Karl Marx, member of the French parliament, political exile in Belgium—Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is among the livelier figures on the nineteenth century’s roster of forgotten luminaries. By his own account a man of reason, he nonetheless had a fervent faith in the power of art to promote the socialist cause. In ...

  5. 5. Apr. 2024 · Read this article. The name recognition of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in France during the early twentieth century was used to rally left-wing syndicalists and right-wing neo-monarchists to the 1911–14 Cercle Proudhon, a small political organization whose creation was once considered to represent the origins of European ‘fascism’.

  6. 31. März 2024 · We learned from a recent interview with Catherine Malabou by the Lundi Matin collective (for their Lundi Soir series of video recorded interviews – see below) that she has published a new work centred on Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s essay, What is Property?

  7. Vor 6 Tagen · It was thus not sadism that led Marx to fiercely attack G. W. F. Hegel, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, Ludwig Feuerbach, Bruno Bauer, Max Stirner, among others, but a political commitment to supersede exploitation and estrangement. Reformism, on the other hand, instead of exposing the limits of given social relations, assumes a posture of attenuation of real antagonisms and ...