I’ve transcribed the two chapters translated from Charles-François Chevé’s Le Dernier Mot du Socialisme, par un catholique (1848), and published in The Spirit of the Age. They are “Capital and Interest” and “The Landlord and His Tenants: A Dialogue.” Chevé was an associate of Proudhon, and the author of the “Socialist Catechism” that I recently translated.
[ezcol_2third] SOCIALIST CATECHISM BY C. F. CHEVÉ Editor of The Voice of the People, and former editor of The People. I. Socialism. QUESTION. What is Socialism? ANSWER. It is the doctrine of universal conciliation. Q. […]
[ezcol_2third] I’ve been reading around Proudhon quite a bit lately, trying to establish contexts as a step towards further clarifying his ideas. And I have been in search of 19th century English translations of the […]
Here’s another translation from the work of Proudhon’s associate, C.-F Chevé, the statement of principles from Le Socialiste : journal de l’égal-échange [The Socialist: Journal of Equal-Exchange], which he co-edited. This is taken from the […]