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  1. Peter Kropotkin was a Russian anarchist and theorist of mutual aid. (Web site)
  2. Peter Kropotkin was a Russian anarchist-communist, important theorist & activist.
  3. Peter Kropotkin was born in Moscow in 1842 within a royal family that could trace its origins to the founders of the Tsarist regime. (Web site)
  4. Peter Kropotkin was born in Moscow in December 1842, the son of a Russian Tsarist nobleman who owned vast tracts of land and over 1000 serfs. (Web site)
  5. Peter Kropotkin was a lineal descendant of the Ruriks and in the direct succession to the Russian throne.

Peter Kropotkin

  1. Anarcho-communist Peter Kropotkin believed that in anarchy, workers would spontaneously self-organize to produce goods in common for all society.
  2. Makhno also visited Peter Kropotkin, asking his advice on revolutionary work and the situation in the Ukraine.
  3. The efforts of teachers like Peter Kropotkin, Louise Michel, Elisee Reclus, and others, inspire the devotees with ever greater energy.
  4. The efforts of teachers like Peter Kropotkin, Louise Michel, Elisee Reclus, and others, inspire the devotees with ever greater energy.
  5. He was highly active in the anarchist movement wherever he resided, and worked with famous anarchists including Rudolf Rocker and Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)

Bakunin

  1. The most famous left-anarchists have probably been Mikhail Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. He personally knew Michael Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin, but unlike either he lived to see the rise of fascism.
  3. By contrast, Michael Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin held essentially collectivist views -- in Kropotkin's case, explicitly communist ones. (Web site)

Berkman

  1. Goldman and Berkman travel to Dmitrov to meet with Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. Communist Anarchism was associated with such anarchists as --lis--e Reclus, Carlo Cafiero, Errico Malatesta and (most famously) Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  3. The dilemma of practicing theory: Peter Kropotkin, Alexander Berkman, and "Propaganda by the deed".
  4. Drinnon agrees, "fortunately and quite understandably, Peter Kropotkin became Emma Goldman's true teacher and inspiration" (Drinnon, 41).

Max Nettlau

  1. He is recorded as having regular correspondence with noted anarchists, Peter Kropotkin, Emma Goldman, and Max Nettlau and many others.
  2. Fleming is recorded as having regular correspondence with other noted anarchists, such as Peter Kropotkin, Max Nettlau and many others.

Goldman

  1. Goldman and Berkman travel to Dmitrov to meet with Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. Goldman offers to nurse Peter Kropotkin when she learns he is very ill. (Web site)
  3. The dilemma of practicing theory: Peter Kropotkin, Alexander Berkman, and "Propaganda by the deed". (Web site)
  4. Drinnon agrees, "fortunately and quite understandably, Peter Kropotkin became Emma Goldman's true teacher and inspiration" (Drinnon, 41). (Web site)

Anarchist Thought

  1. Religious liberty was equated with anarchy and Peter Kropotkin traces the birth of anarchist thought in Europe to these early Anabaptist communities. (Web site)
  2. For Peter Kropotkin, " the form that the social revolution must take [is] the independent commune" (Kropotkin, 1913, p. (Web site)

Anarchist Principles

  1. Social ecology is closely related to the work and ideas of Murray Bookchin and influenced by anarchist Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. The notion of the transformation of science in line with anarchist principles is also found in the work of Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  3. The Conquest of Bread -- by Peter Kropotkin Kropotkin's classic vision on how an anarchist revolution would develop and how anarchism would work.

Anarcho-Communism

  1. The Russian, Prince Peter Kropotkin (1842–1921), was the leading advocate of anarchist-communism, also known as libertarian communism.
  2. It was then that the famous revolutionist Vera Figner and Peter Kropotkin sent their protest to the powers that be in Russia. (Web site)

Alexander Berkman

  1. He was influenced by the early anarchist writings of Mikhail Bakunin and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, but his primary influence was Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. Bakunin was the founder of anarchism, a revolutionary movement that included Peter Kropotkin, Emma Goldman, and Alexander Berkman.
  3. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865) and Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921) wrote about anarchist forms of socialism in their books. (Web site)
  4. A nonviolent anarchist of the 19th century, Peter Kropotkin offered a revolutionary alternative to Marxism.

Anarchist Ideas

  1. Anarchist ideas evolved and blossomed when Russian anarchists Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876) and Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921) started to write and speak. (Web site)
  2. In a national competition in 2005, Dmitrov was recognized as the best-run town in Russia.[1] The Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin died in Dmitorov. (Web site)

Anarcho-Syndicalism

  1. Not only Bakunin, but later anarchist thinkers, such as Peter Kropotkin, Gustav Landauer and Rudolf Rocker, were to be influenced by him. (Web site)
  2. Anarcho-syndicalism is mainly founded, among others', on the theories of Michail Bakunin, Rudolf Rocker and Peter Kropotkin.

Louise Michel

  1. Some, such as Peter Kropotkin, were themselves scientists and saw great potential for the use of advanced technology to expand human freedom.
  2. I received the following essay from the freedom fighter Emma Goldman, friend and intellectual ally of Prince Peter Kropotkin and of Louise Michel.

Emma Goldman

  1. Communist Anarchism was associated with such anarchists as Élisée Reclus, Carlo Cafiero, Errico Malatesta and (most famously) Peter Kropotkin. (Web site)
  2. He is recorded as having regular correspondence with noted anarchists, Peter Kropotkin, Emma Goldman, and Max Nettlau and many others.
  3. Anarchist-communists such as Peter Kropotkin theorized an immediate transition to one society with no classes.
  4. I suggest everyone who liked this to check out great thinkers like Peter Kropotkin, Max Stirner, Emma Goldman, and Errico Malatesta. (Web site)

Anarchism

  1. Anarchism fully blossomed as a defined theory when Russian anarchists Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876) and Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921) started to write and speak. (Web site)
  2. Peter Kropotkin 's anarchist communism developed from a scientific approach based on an alternative theory of evolution as illustrated in Mutual Aid (1897). (Web site)
  3. Benjamin Tucker referred to it as "pseudo-anarchism" when admonishing Peter Kropotkin for opposing wages.
  4. This analysis grew out of a rigorous study of the works of such historic anarchists as Bakunin, Peter Kropotkin, the Wobblies and others. (Web site)
  5. The most famous left-anarchists have probably been Mikhail Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin.

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