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WILLIAM GODWIN
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Definitions

  1. William Godwin (3 March 1756 – 7 April 1836) was an English journalist, political philosopher and novelist.
  2. William Godwin was the first proclaimed anarchist in history and the first to write about anarchism. (Web site)
  3. William Godwin was the first theorist of anarchist ideas and the first to write about such notions. (Web site)
  4. William Godwin, the late eighteenth-century English founder of communist anarchism, hailed the Vindication as a precursor of his own viewpoint. (Web site)
  5. William Godwin was an important influence early influence as mentioned before.

Essay

  1. Also, the essay became less of a personal response to William Godwin and Marquis de Condorcet. (Web site)

Proto-Anarchist Views

  1. Early first-wave feminist Mary Wollstonecraft held proto-anarchist views, and William Godwin is often considered a feminist anarchist precursor. (Web site)

First Developed

  1. Regardless of whether Burke's book was a satire, it was an inspiration to the man who first developed a full anarchist philosophy, William Godwin.

Individualist Anarchist

  1. William Godwin, regarded by some as an individualist anarchist, Woodcock, George. (Web site)

Liberalism

  1. Hart tries to co-opt of William Godwin into the ranks of "anti-state" liberalism, arguing that he "defended individualism and the right to property." [ Op.

Father

  1. William Godwin, hailed by some as the father of English anarchism, blended earlier forms of classical liberalism. (Web site)

Philosopher

  1. It was issued anonymously, with a preface written for Mary by Percy Bysshe Shelley and with a dedication to philosopher William Godwin, her father.

Utilitarianism

  1. Other past advocates of utilitarianism include William Godwin and Henry Sidgwick; modern-day advocates include R.M. Hare and Peter Singer.

Novelist

  1. In volume 1, the memoirs depict the character of the philosopher and novelist William Godwin as inseparable from the character of his work. (Web site)
  2. Her mother was the polemicist Mary Wollstonecraft, her father the radical philosopher and novelist William Godwin. (Web site)
  3. William Godwin achieved fame as a novelist, biographer, and philosopher. (Web site)

Anarchism

  1. Shelley's wife Mary ('Frankenstein') was the daughter of the philosopher William Godwin, considered the 'father' of anarchism.

Shelley

  1. Shelley had taken a great interest in William Godwin, the writer and radical philosopher.

Modern Anarchism

  1. Origins Main article: History of anarchism William Godwin is credited as one of the founders of modern anarchism.

Max Stirner

  1. They reject the argument that sees William Godwin, Max Stirner, Proudhon, Benjamin Tucker and Tolstoy as part of the broad anarchist tradition. (Web site)

William Godwin

  1. The only daughter of William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft, she met and eloped with Percy B. Shelley in 1814. (Web site)
  2. European individualist anarchism proceeded from the roots laid by William Godwin,[ 32] Pierre Joseph Proudhon and Max Stirner.
  3. Her father was the equally famous anarchist philosopher, novelist, journalist, and atheist dissenter, William Godwin.

Categories

  1. Anarchism > Individualist Anarchism > Individualist Anarchists > Max Stirner
  2. Women > Feminism > Feminists > Mary Wollstonecraft
  3. Modern Anarchism
  4. Political Philosopher
  5. Condorcet
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