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Alceste, “Louis Moreau, Engraver” (1923)

A serious or charming illustrator of daily labor, wanting to bring into the life of the humble a little hope and a bit of the ideal, Louis Moreau, with a big heart overflowing with kindness and justice, strives to stylize in a few sober notations the touching environment where the workers work and live. […]

Working Translations

Albert Soubervielle, “Vivre / To Live” (1923)

Most people submit, blissfully follow the path that was laid out for them beforehand, disputing nothing and taking their place in the ranks assigned to them in the herd. They are perfect citizens, respectful of the catechisms taught and the laws imposed, but we could not see in them beings living according to nature and reason. […]

French texts

Jacques-Antoine Vila, “Les Mémoires d’un Forçat” (1898)

A Cayenne, quelques-uns de mes camarades de chaîne et moi, ceux dont l’énergie n’était pas atteinte et éteinte par le genre de vie cruelle du terrible pénitencier nous nous étions souvent jurés, si nous parvenions une bonne fois à nous évader, de faire connaître au monde civilisé, à l’univers entier, les horreurs épouvantables, les perpétuelles tortures subies par des êtres humains dans cet autre dit de justice. […]

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Anarchism: The Formula Explored

Having established a formula for anarchism-in-general, we certainly haven’t established that all anarchisms are created equal. We have simply provided a means by which those anarchisms that take the form suggested by the formula can be rendered comparable. While the proposed formula leaves considerable space for variation among the anarchisms that it will recognize, it also sets a relatively high bar for consideration.  […]