I’ve posted a working translation of Maxime Leroy’s essay, “Stirner vs. Proudhon,” which originally appeared in 1905 in La Renaissance latine. The essay is really not much about Proudhon, and is perhaps ambivalent in its approach to Stirner, but it is certainly interesting enough to have been worth the work.
P.-J. Proudhon, Carnets, Vol. 4 (Carnet no. 9, 112-115): 287-290  July 26 . — On the Absolute. — All the religions, all the old metaphysics, are based on the notion of the absolute, on […]
THE CELEBRATION OF SUNDAY [Continued from Part III] IV It remains to examine the importance of the Sunday celebration with regard to public hygiene. This text will perhaps appear rather petty after the serious subjects […]
What would it take to flesh out the federative theory of property hinted at in the last post? What exactly does it mean to say that “property can be understood as an instance of […]