Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (Besançon, 1809) was a politician, founder of mutualist philosophy and the father of anarchism. He favored workers' associations or co-operatives, as well as individual worker/peasant possession, over private ownership or the nationalization of land and workplaces. He considered social revolution to be achievable in a peaceful manner. In The Confessions of a Revolutionary Proudhon asserted that, “Anarchy is Order Without Power”

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (Besançon, 1809) was a politician, founder of mutualist philosophy and the father of anarchism. He favored workers' associations or co-operatives, as well as individual worker/peasant possession, over private ownership or the nationalization of land and workplaces. He considered social revolution to be achievable in a peaceful manner. In The Confessions of a Revolutionary Proudhon asserted that, “Anarchy is Order Without Power”

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Well-Read Anarchist #006 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Chapter Four

The Well-Read Anarchist #006 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Chapter Four

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Wikipedia

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Wikipedia

What is Property?:  An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government by Pierre Joseph Proudhon

What is Property?: An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government by Pierre Joseph Proudhon

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