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1. La pornocratie, ou Les femmes
2. P.-J. Proudhon, 1809-1865
 
3. P.-J. Proudhon, 1809-1865
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4. P.-J. Proudhon (1809-1865) (French
 
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5. De la justice dans la révolution
 
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6. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: A Biography
 
7. Proudhon and His Age
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8. The Poverty of Philosophy

1. La pornocratie, ou Les femmes dans les temps modernes (French Edition)
by P-J 1809-1865 Proudhon
Paperback: 298 Pages (2010-08-03)
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This book an EXACT reproduction of the original book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. ... Read more


2. P.-J. Proudhon, 1809-1865
by Edouard (1855-1923) Droz
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3. P.-J. Proudhon, 1809-1865
by Edouard (1855-1923) Droz
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4. P.-J. Proudhon (1809-1865) (French Edition)
by Édouard Droz
Paperback: 316 Pages (1909-01-01)
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This volume is produced from digital images created through the University of Michigan University Library's large-scale digitization efforts. The Library seeks to preserve the intellectual content of items in a manner that facilitates and promotes a variety of uses. The digital reformatting process results in an electronic version of the original text that can be both accessed online and used to create new print copies. The Library also understands and values the usefulness of print and makes reprints available to the public whenever possible. This book and hundreds of thousands of others can be found in the HathiTrust, an archive of the digitized collections of many great research libraries. For access to the University of Michigan Library's digital collections, please see http://www.lib.umich.edu and for information about the HathiTrust, please visit http://www.hathitrust.org ... Read more


5. De la justice dans la révolution et dans l'église: nouveaux principes de philosophie pratique adressés à son éminence Monseigneur Mathieu, cardinal-archevêque de Besançon (French Edition)
by P-J 1809-1865 Proudhon
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6. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: A Biography
by George Woodcock
 Hardcover: 295 Pages (1996-07-01)
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Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865) is one of the most important French social theoreticians of the nineteenth century. George Woodcock's book, first published in 1956, was the first full-scale biography of Proudhon in the English language.

Proudhon's influence on the French Socialist movement was immense and he played a great part in the First International and Paris Commune, in French syndicalism and in contemporary movements for currency reform.

Proudhon's significance also reaches forward into the contemporary era, when his massive distrust of the state and his teaching of the need for world federation took on a new importance in a world threatened by the explosive rivalries of giant nationalistic states.

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7. Proudhon and His Age
by John Ehrenberg
 Hardcover: 224 Pages (1996-01)
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As 19th-century France began to move towards a modern capitalist economy based on coal and iron, great numbers of small proprietors became trapped between the bourgeousie's concentrated property and the workers' social radicalism. This work concerns the thought of Proudhon (1809-1865). It covers his social theory and the way in which he tried to preserve the combination of labour and ownership that he considered essential for autonomy, freedom and stability in the historical and contemporary evolution of capitalist society. Proudhon achieved notice with his anarchist pamphlet "What is Property?" after the revolution of 1848. He became a member of the constituent assembly from where he advocated "mutualism", in which small groups would interact economically and politically within the framework of aggeement on basic principles. Opposed to force, he believed that ethical progress would make government superfluous. The book considers Proudhon in the context of a rapidly changing France; it is also a work of political theory as it places Proudhon within a well-defined tradition of political discourse and action that continues to be of considerable importance in the contemporary world.Based upon a thorough study of Proudhon's works and a wide study of historical and contemporary matters, the book should appeal to social and political scientists, to historians of ideas, as well as to specialists in French studies. ... Read more


8. The Poverty of Philosophy
by Karl Marx
Paperback: 240 Pages (1992-12)
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Subtitle: Being a Translation of the Misère De La Philosophie (a Reply to "la Philosophie De La Misère" of M. Proudhon) by Karl MarxGeneral Books publication date: 2009Original publication date: 1910Original Publisher: C.H. Kerr ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Engels as an Austrian?
Marx's attack on Proudhon's Système des Contradictions Économiques ou Philosophie de la Misere was first published in French in 1847. There is a good deal of rather turgid logomachy about "value" but also several interesting details illustrative of the genesis of the Marxian System. Of these, what may perhaps seem one of the more curious is Marx's stern correction of Proudhon for having in his treatment of value "simply forgotten about demand" (p. 40). Two later letters dealing with Proudhon, and a speech by Marx "On the Question of Free Trade" (1848) are also included. But the most interesting item in the volume is Engels's Preface of 1884 to the First German Edition, which includes a very lucid and forthright defense of the functions of the competitive price mechanism, and a correspondingly vigorous attack on the labor-money scheme of Rodbertus as a kind of "Utopian" socialism which afforded no solution to the problems of the allocation of resources. With his usual generous modesty vis-à-vis his senior partner, Engels suggests (p. 15) that he is simply applying to Rodbertus the criticisms Marx had directed against Proudhon and John Gray (in a passage in the Critique of Political Economy printed here as an appendix). In fact, however, the fundamental point about the essential functions of a competitive price mechanism in allocating resources hardly emerges at all in Marx's polemics, whereas Engels's paragraphs (pp. 17-22) might almost have been written by Mises.

4-0 out of 5 stars Most people are sure to disagree.
This book is of historical interest.Karl Marxobtained his doctorate in philosophy in 1841, based on a thesis on post-Aristotelian Greek philosophy.He became a newspaper editor in 1842, until the government closed the publication.Marx moved to Paris, and wrote THE POVERTY OF PHILOSOPHY in 1847.(p. 5).Most Americans believe that the American revolution was fought to establish principles of equality.As equals of anyone, we certainly don't think of ourselves as having fought the American revolution against our own government.Marx and Engels created the COMMUNIST MANIFESTO in 1847, a mere 14 years before the American Civil War, when it seemed like Americans on both sides were being blamed for fighting against a Union or the rights of states, and the Americans who were on the same side as General Sherman had the clearest picture of their military policy (war is hell).

THE POVERTY OF PHILOSOPHY was written just before Marx might have been considered the founder of a settled doctrine, but it is full of signs that Marx saw how necessary it was that those who would rule should think like a government, or like a burning bush, and more honest than the law could ever be.Most of the observations in this book are based upon economic considerations.In pure economics, the almighty dollar would be the standard for determining matters of exchange, but this book is in search of a basis for political economics.In opposition to the political economics of Proudhon, which was based on the idea of equality, Marx wrote:

Hypotheses are only made in view of some end.The end proposed to itself in the first place by the social genius which speaks by the mouth of M. Proudhon, was the elimination of that which was evil in each economic category, in order to have only the good.For him good, the supreme good, the true practical end, is equality.And why does the social genius propose equality rather than inequality, fraternity, Catholicism, or any other principle?Because "humanity has realized successively so many particular hypotheses only in view of a superior hypothesis," which is precisely equality.In other words:because equality is the ideal of M. Proudhon.He imagines that the division of labor, credit, the workshop, that all the economic relations have been invented only for the benefit of equality, and nevertheless they have always finished by turning against her.From the fact that the history and the fiction of M. Proudhon contradict each other at every step, he concludes that there is a contradiction.If there is a contradiction it exists only between his fixed idea and the real movement.

Henceforth the good side of an economic relation is that which affirms equality, the bad side is that which denies it and affirms inequality.Every new category is a hypothesis of the social genius to eliminate the inequality engendered by the preceding hypothesis.To sum up, equality is the primitive intention, the mystic tendency, the providential end, that the social genius has before its eyes in turning round and round in the circle of economic contradictions.Providence is also the locomotive which conveys all the economic baggage of M. Proudhon better than his pure and heedless reason.(p. 129)

In the time of Marx, the struggle between the bourgeoisie and proletariat classes was political, but the almighty dollar has managed to produce a politics which is fundamentally only for those of standing, who have "conflicting, antagonistic interests, inasmuch as they find themselves opposed by each other.This opposition of interests flows from the economic conditions of their bourgeois life."(pp. 133-4).According to Marx, any attempt by a humanitarian school of economics was doomed to have a theory which was actually based "upon interminable distinctions between theory and practice, between principles and results, between the idea and the application, between the content and the form, between the essence and the reality, between right and fact, between the good and evil side."(p. 135)Marx proposes an ability to see beyond this, imagining the power of "the revolutionary subversive side which will overturn the old society."(p. 137).Even without communism, the papers are full of the efforts of the doomed to try this stunt, and of the government to stop them.General Sherman was as American as any economist.

5-0 out of 5 stars marx is mind expanding
Marxs book here shows you how the distribution of wealth yes why some now 060601, have 145,000,000 in net worth at top of company and a worker in company has 43,000 dollars, is a human political construction.Nothing that exists is law of physics unalterable reality.He shows how this distribution is stupid, and how a more equal distribution and democratic economy can do much betterthan now.He says this in angery word webs.It is a fun book that get sone thinking.You will have intellectual, fun, a rare form of fun these days. ... Read more


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