Posts in the series: “L’homme se trompe parce qu’il apprend.”—P.J. Proudhon One of the catalysts for the post on “Coming to Terms with the Anarchist Past,” and the particular kind of clarification it represents, has […]
[one_third padding=”0 10px 0 0px”] Posts in the series: [/one_third][two_third_last padding=”0 0px 0 10px”] As archives and projects converge, it seems like a good time to state or restate some the working hypotheses—or shall we […]
To be anarchist is above all to be good; it is to think, to dream, to discuss without sectarianism.
It is to hate everything that causes suffering, tears, death.
It is to understand and explain things clearly, simply, without fear of the consequences, and also without hope of a profit.
It is to reject everything that is ugly, petty, inhuman, servile and submissive. […]
[From P. R. Bennett, Ducdame; a book of verses. 1912.] The Anarchist [A critic in the New Age suggests that modern thought can submit no longer to the tyranny of rhyme and metre.] Ravachol Needham […]
ANARCHY AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT. Following the intense excitement that prevailed at the time of the death of the President, many theories have been advanced concerning the meaning of the term “anarchy,” and each […]
To the Editor of the Christian Observer. Should your observing eye, in the course of its comprehensive range, have lighted on any character in the religious world at all resembling the picture I am about […]
THE REFERENCE SHELF Entries from The Anarchist Encyclopedia Entries from Claude Pelletier’s Socialist Dictionary Entries from the Dictionary of Phalansterian Sociology Miscellaneous encyclopedia and dictionary entries