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  2. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Wikipedia

    Proudhon was born in Besançon, France, on 15 January 1809 at 23 Rue du Petit Battant in the suburb of Battant. [25] His father Claude-François Proudhon, who worked as a brewer and a cooper, [26] was originally from the village of Chasnans, near the border with Switzerland. His mother Catherine Simonin was from Cordiron. [25]

  3. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon | French philosopher | Britannica

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, (born January 15, 1809, Besançon, France—died January 19, 1865, Paris), French libertarian socialist and journalist whose doctrines became the basis for later radical and anarchist theory. Early life and education

  4. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - New World Encyclopedia

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (pronounced [ˈpruːd ɒn] in British English, [pʁu dɔ̃] in French) (January 15, 1809 – January 19, 1865) was a French mutualist political philosopher who was the first individual to call himself an "anarchist" and is considered among the first anarchist thinkers.

  5. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon summary | Britannica

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, (born Jan. 15, 1809, Besançon, France—died Jan. 19, 1865, Paris), French journalist and socialist. After working as a printer, he moved to Paris in 1838 and joined the socialist movement.

  6. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: Father of Anarcho-Mutualism - Marxists

    From: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, né le 15 janvier 1809 à Besançon dans le Doubs et mort le 19 janvier 1865 à Paris, est un polémiste, journaliste, économiste, philosophe et sociologue libertaire français. Il est le seul théoricien socialiste révolutionnaire du XIXe siècle d'origine ouvrière.

  7. Proudhon: What is Property? | Higher Education from Cambridge

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was a contemporary of Marx and one of the most acute, influential and subversive critics of modern French and European society. His What is Property? (1840) produced the answer 'Property is theft'; the book itself has become a classic of political thought through its wide-ranging and deep-reaching critique of private ...

  8. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon — Wikipédia

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, né le 15 janvier 1809 à Besançon et mort le 19 janvier 1865 à Paris (16 e arrondissement), est un polémiste, journaliste, économiste, philosophe, politique et sociologue français. Précurseur de l'anarchisme, il est le seul théoricien révolutionnaire du XIX e siècle à être issu du milieu ouvrier.

  9. Property is theft! - Wikipedia!

    Proudhon contrasts the supposed right of property with the rights (which he considered valid) of liberty, equality, and security. Proudhon was clear that his opposition to property did not extend to exclusive possession of labor-made wealth.

  10. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon | The Anarchist Library

    The Federative Principle — Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Jan 12, 2021 109 pp. Galileo — Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Apr 25, 2021 31 pp. The General Idea of the Revolution in the 19th Century — Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Dec 12, 2018 310 pp. God is Evil, Man is Free — Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Jul 26, 2011 20 pp.

  11. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life...

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was a French politician, socialist, libertarian, and journalist, who founded the mutualist philosophy. His doctrines laid the foundation for the later anarchist theories. He proclaimed himself as an anarchist and was the first person to do so. Many regard him as the "father of anarchism.”.