When I started this project, I really had no idea if it would be worth completing, but I’m happy to say that this early work is every bit as interesting as Proudhon’s later productions.
If (in the passage from God and the State discussed in the last post) Bakunin has not simply changed the meaning of the word “authority” from one paragraph to the next, as he moves from […]
THE SYSTEM OF ECONOMIC CONTRADICTIONS CHAPTER XI EIGHTH EPOCH.—PROPERTY [continued from Part 2] § III. — How property is corrupted. By means of property, society has realized a thought that is useful, laudable, and […]
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Justice in the Revolution and in the Church, Volume I, “Program,” section VIII. § VIII. — Justice, the universal reason of things. — Science and conscience. The people, in their laborious existence, even […]