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INDIVIDUALIST ANARCHIST
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PETER KROPOTKIN
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PIERRE-JOSEPH PROUDHON
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Definitions

  1. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (15 January 1809 in Besançon – 19 January 1865 in Passy) was a French politician, mutualist philosopher and socialist.
  2. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is the first self-proclaimed anarchist, a label which he adopted in his 1840 treatise What is Property?.
  3. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was the first to describe himself as an anarchist, in his 1840 treatise What is Property?.
  4. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was a contemporary of Marx and one of the most acute, influential, and subversive critics of modern French and European society.
  5. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was famous for his quips (such as "property is theft") and took to himself the word anarchy.

Call

  1. The first person willingly to call himself an anarchist was the French political writer and pioneer socialist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

Political Economy

  1. A key early socialist theorist of political economy was Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

Theft

  1. Nearly 300 are left dead 1840 In "What is Property?", the French political writer Pierre-Joseph Proudhon coins the slogan "Property is theft".

Individualist Anarchist

  1. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was not an individualist anarchist.

Economic Theory

  1. Mutualism Main article: Mutualism (economic theory) Mutualist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was the first self-described anarchist.

First

  1. The person who first described himself as an anarchist (An-archy: no government, contrary to authority) was Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865).

Anarchism

  1. Anarchism, as formulated by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, began to take root in France.

Writings

  1. And it is this, above all, which has so aptly been called the exploitation of man by man." [ Selected Writings of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, p.

Society

  1. The father of anarchism, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, was in essence socialist and sought a society based on equality and freedom.
  2. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon pronounced that "Property is theft" and that socialism was "every aspiration towards the amelioration of society".

Social Contract

  1. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809–1865) advocated a conception of social contract which didn't involve an individual surrendering sovereignty to others.

Theoretical Foundations

  1. It was Pierre-Joseph Proudhon who laid the theoretical foundations of this movement.

Peter Kropotkin

  1. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865) and Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921) wrote about anarchist forms of socialism in their books.

Benjamin Tucker

  1. The mutualists included people such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Benjamin Tucker, and the like.
  2. Some individualist anarchists such as Benjamin Tucker and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon referred to their philosophy as socialism.

Mutualism

  1. Mutualism is a political and economic theory largely associated with Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
  2. This labor-note experiment is considered to be the first practice of the economic theory of mutualism, which Pierre-Joseph Proudhon later theorized.
  3. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon 's mutualism was to be reached by a similarly peaceful evolution of society.

Anarchists

  1. Many early anarchists such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon applied their doctrines of equality only to European males.

Anarchist

  1. A claimed example of the stolen concept fallacy is anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon 's assertion, "All property is theft".
  2. The first to describe himself as anarchist was Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, which led some to call him the founder of modern anarchist theory.
  3. It is most associated with Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the first person to call himself an anarchist.

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

  1. Perhaps they just did not understand what socialism actually is (and as Proudhon stated "I am socialist" [ Selected Writing of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, p.
  2. Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the absence of a master, of a sovereign." Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, What is Property, p.
  3. He was influenced by the early anarchist writings of Mikhail Bakunin and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, but his primary influence was Peter Kropotkin.

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  2. Proudhon
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