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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (pronounced [ˈpruːd ɒn] in BrE, [pʁu dɔ̃] in French) (15 January 1809– 19 January 1865) was a French economist and socialist philosopher who was the first individual to call himself an "anarchist" and is considered among the first anarchist thinkers.
Proudhon is buried in Paris, at the cemetery of Montparnasse (2nd division, near the Lenoir alley, in the tomb of the Proudhon family).
Proudhon had many arguments against entitlement to idle land which is not in use, including reasons based on morality, economics, politics, and individual liberty.
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 Proudhon's Libertarian Thought and the Anarchist Movement by L. Gambone
Since Proudhon's conception of anarchism was the original, and the others were derived from it, if the later varieties differed significantly from the original, perhaps there was a necessity to question whether these differences were of a positive or "progressive" nature.
While Proudhonism was the dominant form of French working class radicalism in the decade prior to the Paris Commune, the failure of the Commune weakened faith in Proudhonist gradualism and peaceful change.
Proudhon was a revolutionary, but his revolution did not mean violent upheaval or civil war, but rather the transformation of society.
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 What is Property? - Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Pierre Joseph Proudhon was born on the 15th of January, 1809, in a suburb of Besançon, called Mouillère.
Proudhon had endeavored, in his first memoir, to demonstrate that the pursuit of equality of conditions is the true principle of right and of government.
Proudhon made a very sharp attack on the candidacy of Louis Bonaparte in a pamphlet which is regarded as one of his literary chefs-d'oeuvre: the "Pamphlet on the Presidency." An opponent of this institution, against which he had voted in the Constituent Assembly, he at first decided to take no part in the campaign.
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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the son of a brewer, was born in Besancon, France, in 1809.
Proudhon was opposed to Marx's authoritarianism and his main influence was on the libertarian socialist movement.
Proudhon's views were to have a profound effect on several writers in Russia including Alexander Herzen, Peter Lavrov, Peter Kropotkin and Leo Tolstoy.
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 Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph (1809-1865)
Proudhon had never advocated such workshops, accurately perceiving them as essentially charity institutions which did not directly attack the problems of the economic system, but he opposed their elimination unless some economic assurances could be given to the workers who relied on them for subsistence.
Proudhon and the mountain could put aside their differences long enough to vote together on November 4 against the new constitution (though for different reasons), but by the end of the month they were again at each others throats.
Proudhon's attacks became more aggressive in January 1849, and the government responded by getting the assembly to lift Proudhon's immunity from prosecution and, in March 1849, had Proudhon sentenced to three years in prison and fined 3000F.
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 Pierre Joseph Proudhon: Agrarian Jurisprudence
Proudhon called himself "a man of paradoxes."[23] He delighted in countering the status quo with a bold and unrestrained denial of it, or by setting in opposition to the present system an equally indefensible (but perhaps popular) alternative.
Proudhon accepts as authoritative those aspects of Biblical Law that are virtually universally rejected as "culturally determined," i.e., "relevant to more 'primitive cultures,' but inapplicable to more 'modern cultures,' such as our own."[29] We must agree with Proudhon, however, and assert that Scripture is culturally determinative, and not culturally determined.
Proudhon was an eloquent defender of a strong, agricultural "work ethic." "Proudhon's detestation of the Church came from his conviction that the Christians blasphemed life — by what he regarded as their.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph (1809-65), French writer and political theorist, sometimes referred to as the father of modern anarchism.
Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759–1840), French flower painter, who was patronized by Empress Joséphine and the Bourbon court.
During the 1979 campaign, Trudeau attempted to rally the nation once again around Canadian unity, but the economic issues were overriding.
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 Pierre Joseph Proudhon Biography / Biography of Pierre Joseph Proudhon Biography
Pierre Joseph Proudhon was born of a poor family in Besançon.
The political philosopher and journalist Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1864) was the greatest of the French anarchists.
In 1838 Proudhon won a pension enabling him to devote himself to scholarship in Paris, and he began his prolific writing career.
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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Proudhon called for a complete reorganization of modern society that abolished most of its trappings - including money and the state itself.
Léon Walras (1860) also had a go at a critique of Proudhon.
To his own question, "What is property?", Proudhon answered famously, "Property is theft!".
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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon --  Encyclopædia Britannica
A French journalist and socialist, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is regarded as the father of anarchism.
Proudhon's ideas first appeared in 1840 in ‘What Is Property?', a book that also pointed out the evils of personal ownership...
Accuses Pierre of stereotyping and "ghettoizing" this genre and of poor journalism.
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 Pierre-Joseph PROUDHON page, from the Anarchist Encyclopedia: A Gallery of Saints & Sinners; Labor, Radical, Poets, Anarchists, Anti-Authoritarians...
Pierre-Joseph PROUDHON page, from the Anarchist Encyclopedia: A Gallery of Saints & Sinners; Labor, Radical, Poets, Anarchists, Anti-Authoritarians...
Proudhon had the profoundest effect upon the workers' movement in the 19th century& his ideas influenced some of the most notable later anarchists, including Leo Tolstoy & Michael Bakunin
French anarchist philosoper, a printer by trade, a profession which gave birth to many anarchists, but Proudhon was the first to call himself an anarchist.
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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Proudhon is a rarity among anarchist philosophers in that he was of quite humble peasant
Although he intended to go on to study for a baccalaureate, family financial difficulties prevented him from pursuing a higher degree upon graduation and he turned his talents instead to the printer's trade, a profession which gave birth to many anarchists, but the first to call himself an anarchist was Proudhon.
By mid-century, Proudhon was the leading left intellectual in France or for that matter, all
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 Proudhon, Pierre Joseph on Encyclopedia.com
1978); S. Condit, Proudhonist Materialism and Revolutionary Doctrine (1979); E. Hyams, Pierre-Joseph Proudon: His Revolutionary Life, Mind and Works (1979); K. Vincent, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and the Rise of French Republican Socialism (1984).
As a replacement for the existing social and political order, Proudhon developed a theory of "mutualism," by which small, loosely federated groups would bargain with each other over economic and political matters within the framework of a consensus on fundamental principles.
Proudhon left a great mass of literature, which influenced the French syndicalist movement.
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 pierre joseph proudhon - Books, journals, articles @ The Questia Online Library
Pierre Joseph Proudhon, although he did not adopt the principle of common...however, the Communist party in the USSR adopted, under Joseph Stalin, the theory of "socialism in one country...
The anarchist Pierre Joseph Proudhon and the insurrectionist Auguste Blanqui were also influential socialist leaders of the early and mid-19th...
PIERRE JOSEPH PROUDHON was a native of Besancon, as...conservative and godly", but with these Proudhon never had any relations.
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 Proudhon Pierre-Joseph from FOLDOC
Recommended Reading: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, The General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century (Pluto, 1989); John Ehrenberg, Proudhon and His Age (Prometheus, 1996); and George Woodcock, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: A Biography (Black Rose, 1996).
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Proudhon was notoriously anti-feminist, arguing in La Pornocratie (Pornocracy) that sexual equality and economic independence for women would undermine traditional marriage.
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 Find in a Library: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, a biography.
Subjects: Proudhon, P.-J. -- 1809-1865 -- (Pierre-Joseph),
Find in a Library: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, a biography.
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 Pierre Joseph Proudhon Quotes
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 The Hutchinson Encyclopedia: Proudhon, Pierre Joseph (1809-1865)@ HighBeam Research
The Hutchinson Encyclopedia: Proudhon, Pierre Joseph (1809-1865)@ HighBeam Research
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 Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Archive
Letter from Marx to Proudhon, 5th May 1846
Letter to Several Workers in Paris and Rouen, 1864
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 Pierre-Joseph PROUDHON
The other was a quotation from the works of a 19th-century French anarchist, Pierre- Joseph Proudhon.
Pierre-Joseph PROUDHON ( 1809 - 1865) estis franca sociologo kaj ekonomisto, teoristo de la socialismo, konsiderata kiel la unua anarkiisto.
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, his revolutionary life, mind, and works
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 Proudhon, Pierre Joseph. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
1987); A. Ritter, The Political Thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1969); C. Hall, The Sociology of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1971); R. Hoffman, Revolutionary Justice: The Social and Political Theory of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1972); H. De Lubac, The Un-Marxian Socialist (1948, repr.
1978); S. Condit, Proudhonist Materialism and Revolutionary Doctrine (1979); E. Hyams, Pierre-Joseph Proudon: His Revolutionary Life, Mind and Works (1979); K. Vincent, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and the Rise of French Republican Socialism (1984).
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 Proudhon Bibliography
Spear, L. "Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and the Revolution of 1848." Ph.D. dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago.
Revolutionary Justice: The Social and Political Theory of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
Harbold, W.H. "Justice in the Thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon".
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 ! Ah Proudhon
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- Pierre-Joseph Proudhon : sa vie, ses oeuvres, sa doctrine,
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Belloc (Joseph Pierre) Hilaire
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph (1809-65), French writer and political theorist, sometimes referred to as the father of modern anarchism.
Belloc, (Joseph Pierre) Hilaire (1870-1953), English writer, born in La Celle-Saint-Cloud, France, and educated at the University of Oxford.
Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759–1840), French flower painter, who was patronized by Empress Joséphine and the Bourbon court.
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