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.
THE CELEBRATION OF SUNDAY [Continued from Part II] III I approach what is perhaps the most difficult part of my subject, because of the pitfall that it seems to cover: moral utility. What is the […]
P.-J. Proudhon, Carnets, Vol. 4 (Carnet No. 8, 311): 154 Revolutionary Practice. — Repression, [can] perhaps [be] employed with success against the whimsies of the sects, contagious mental illnesses. — Against a revolution, it can […]