Les confessions d'un révolutionnaire pour servir a l'histoire de la ré...

Les confessions d'un révolutionnaire pour servir a l'histoire de la révolution de février.

Proudhon, Pierre Joseph.

Editorial: Paris, Garnier Frères, 1850
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Duodecimo. Pp. 325 verso blank, (2) verso blank. Half-title present, second title on first leaf of text. Hardcover, bound in the original publisher's olive-green cloth, gilt lettering to spine, all edges marbled; some wear to spine-ends, front paste-down bit marked. In good condition. ~ Second edition. First published in 1849. Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865), French anarchist and socialist writer. His doctrine "Property is theft" is self-explanatory. One of Marx's earlier publications, "Misère de la philosophie" (1847), was an angry polemic against Proudhon's "Philosophie de la misère". Proudhon hoped to eliminate private enterprise through the establishment of a bank that would grant loans to cooperatives of workers. This, in his opinion, would bring justice and equality. Such cooperatives would make any form of government unnecessary and the ideal conditions of anarchy would reign. Proudhon was imprisoned twice. He then left to Belgium, returning to Paris only after amnesty was granted in 1860. "Les confessions d'un révolutionnaire" is "considered to be his best work from the purely literary point of view, and was both a commercial success and a 'success d'éstime'." (E. Hyams: "Pierre-Joseph Proudhon"). Goldsmith 37230. Cf. Einaudi 4550, listing the 3rd edition (1851). N° de ref. de la librería 2553

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Título: Les confessions d'un révolutionnaire pour ...

Editorial: Paris, Garnier Frères

Año de publicación: 1850

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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