Tag Archives: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

Édouard Jourdain: The savage and the political

Over a series of video recorded interviews, the lundimatin collective has recently engaged with a number of writers to explore the relationships between philosophy, anthropology and anarchism. The series began with Catherine Malabou and her critical reflection on the fragility … Continue reading

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With and beyond anti-fascism (1)

… to make use of the weapons created by fascism, which has been allowed to use the fundamental aspirations of people for affective exultation and fanaticism. But we affirm that the exaltation… must be placed in the service… of a … Continue reading

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Occupy everthing!

To the question “What is property?”, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon famously answered, “It is theft”.  That it could be taken for a right was already a conceptual confusion, for unlike liberty, equality, integrity of person, the “right” to property was not unqualified.  … Continue reading

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