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  1. Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin [a] ( / bəˈkuːnɪn /; [5] 1814–1876) was a Russian revolutionary anarchist, socialist and founder of collectivist anarchism. He is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism and a major founder of the revolutionary socialist and social anarchist tradition. [6] Bakunin's prestige as a revolutionary also made him one of the most famous ideologues in Europe, gaining substantial influence among radicals throughout Russia and Europe.

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  3. Mikhail Bakunin | Russian anarchist | Britannica

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    Mikhail Bakunin, in full Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin, (born May 30 [May 18, Old Style], 1814, Premukhino, Russia—died July 1 [June 19], 1876, Bern, Switzerland), chief propagator of 19th-century anarchism, a prominent Russian revolutionary agitator, and a prolific political writer. His quarrel with Karl Marx split the anarchist and Marxist wings of the revolutionary socialist movement for many years after their deaths.

  4. Mikhail Bakunin - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin [a] ( / bəˈkuːnɪn /; [5] 1814–1876) was a Russian revolutionary anarchist, socialist and founder of collectivist anarchism. He is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism and a major founder of the revolutionary socialist and social anarchist tradition. [6] Bakunin's prestige as a revolutionary also made him one of the most famous ideologues in Europe, gaining substantial influence among radicals throughout Russia and Europe.

  5. Mikhail Bakunin | The Anarchist Library

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    Mikhail Bakunin. “It is only by tracing things to their origin,” writes Paine in his Essay on Agrarian Justice, “that we can gain rightful ideas of them,” and the deepest foundations of the Russian Revolution owe much to the violence and perfervid genius of Bakunin, a name less frequently in the mouths of men than that of his adversary, Karl Marx. Marx, who recognized in himself a pioneer, comes within well-known categories, and his doctrines can be clearly tabulated, but Bakunin is ...

  6. Mikhaïl Bakounine — Wikipédia

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    1 Biographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Biographie 1.1 Les débuts 1.2 La révolution de 1848. Dresde. L'emprisonnement. 1.3 Le retour en Europe 1.4 Dans la Première Internationale 1.4.1 L'Alliance internationale de la démocratie socialiste 1.4.2 L'Espagne 1.4.3 Netchaiev 1.4.4 La guerre de 1870 1.4.5 L'Italie 1.4.6 Le congrès de La Haye

  7. Bakunin Library Translations - The Libertarian Labyrinth

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    Mikhail Bakunin. Undated. Fragment of a letter (probably between 1835 and 1840) Fragment on Pan-Slavism and anarchism (“Me, I am an anarchist…”) [draft] Plan for a Revolutionary Organization (probably 1866) [draft] Contributions to the biography of Mikhail Bakunin (by Max Nettlau; includes memoir by Bakunin) [draft] 1824

  8. M. Jourdain – Mikhail Bakunin – 🏴 Anarchist Federation

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    🔥 Jan 18, 2023 - From The Anarchist Library - “It is only by tracing things to their origin,” writes Paine in his Essay on Agrarian Justice, “that we can gain rightful ideas of them,” and the deepest foundations of the Russian Revolution owe much to the violence and perfervid genius of Bakunin, a name less frequently in the mouths of men than that of his adversary, Karl Marx.

  9. How to pronounce Mikhail Bakunin | HowToPronounce.com

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    Mikhail Bakunin is a renowned philosopher and revolutionary anarchist. He was the chief propagator of 19th-century anarchism. Add a meaning Synonyms for Mikhail Bakunin Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin Anarchist Bakunin Nihilist syndicalist Add synonyms Wiki content for Mikhail Bakunin

  10. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Wikipedia

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    In 1846, he published the Système des contradictions économiques ou Philosophie de la misère (The System of Economic Contradictions, or The Philosophy of Poverty) which prompted a book-length critique from Karl Marx entitled The Poverty of Philosophy, commencing a rift between anarchism and Marxism and anarchists and Marxists that would be continued by the Bakuninists and collectivist anarchists (the followers of Mikhail Bakunin) in the First International and that lasts to this day.

  11. Aleksandr Ivanovich Herzen | Russian writer | Britannica

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    He therefore veered again to the left and called on the student youth to “go to the people” directly with the message of Russian socialism. Furthermore, on the urging of the anarchist Mikhail Bakunin, he threw the support of Kolokol behind the unsuccessful Polish revolt of 1863. He immediately regretted this rashness, for it cost him the support of all moderate elements in Russia without restoring his credit among the revolutionaries.

  12. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon | French philosopher | Britannica

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    In 1912 Columbia University in New York City established the first graduate program in journalism, endowed by a grant from the New York City editor and publisher Joseph Pulitzer. It was recognized that the growing complexity of news reporting and newspaper operation required a great deal of specialized training.