11 edition of Kropotkin and the rise of revolutionary anarchism, 1872-1886 found in the catalog.
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|LC Classifications||HX914.7.K7 C34 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 372 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||89007195|
KROPOTKIN, P Ë TR ALEKSEEVICH ( – ). P ë tr Alekseevich Kropotkin, the geographer and libertarian philosopher, was the principal exponent of the theories of anarchist-communism. He was born of a line of Russian princes who claimed descent from Riurik, the reputed founder of the Russian Empire. His father was a general, and he himself seemed destined for a military career. Kropotkin and the rise of revolutionary anarchism, by Caroline Cahm In this brilliantly enjoyable rallying-cry of a book, Kropotkin lays out the heart of his anarchist beliefs, beliefs that surged around the world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and that have a renewed relevance and poignancy today. Modern science.
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It traces the origins and development of his ideas and revolutionary practice from toand assesses the subsequent influence of his life and work upon This major study of Peter Kropotkin sets him firmly in the context of the development of the European anarchist movement as the man who became, after Bakunin's death, their chief exponent of anarchist ideas/5(3).
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Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, - Caroline Cahm From a review of NEFAC: Cahm concentrates on the most active period of Kropotkin's career as a revolutionary agitator, a period which began with his commitment to Bakuninist ideas in and ended with his arrival in England in after some twelve years of energetic activity first in Russia.
Kropotkin and the rise of revolutionary anarchism, [Caroline Cahm; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Caroline Cahm's study sets Kropotkin firmly in the context of the development of the European anarchist movements as the man who became the chief proponent of anarchist ideas and anti-authoritarian.
Kropotkin and the Development of Anarchist Ideas of Revolutionary Action by Individuals and Small Groups (): 3. Revolutionary action and the emergent anarchist movement of. Overall, Cahm's 'Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, ' is an important contribution to the historical study of Peter Kropotkin and the impact he had on the revolutionary anarchist tradition during its most important period of development.
By relying primarily on the anarchist press from this period (most notably, Le Revolte) and. This item: Anarchism: A Collection of Revolutionary Writings by Peter Kropotkin Paperback $ Only 5 left in stock (more on the way).
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It sets Kropotkin firmly in the context of the development of the European anarchist movement as the man who became their chief exponent of anarchist ideas. It traces the origins and development of his ideas and revolutionary practice from to Why, Peter Kropotkin, of course.
As William O. Reichert put it in his book Partisans of Freedom: A Study in American Anarchism, Bookchin shared Kropotkin's view that "the evolutionary process we find in physical nature has its counterpart in social development, and that we ignore this truth at our own peril." To Bookchin, it had begun to.
Caroline Cahm, Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, from Bakunin's exaltation of an elemental peasant revolt to Tolstoy's pleas for now chiefly remembered, such as The Conquest of Bread () and Mutual Aid by deed' Paul Brousse, Kropotkin's fellow geographer Elisée Reclus, the Swiss drifting to Social Democrats and fought against socialist parliamentarianism —.
Caroline Cahm’s Kropotkin and the rise of revolutionary Anarchism, – (Cambridge University Press, ) is essential reading, as it covers the development of Kropotkin’s communist-anarchist ideas when he was an active militant in the European anarchist movement. In the preface to her book on Kropotkin (Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism) Caroline Cahm writes that “ the history of the European anarchist movement and the anarchist communist ideas which have tended to dominate its thinking and activity are only just beginning to receive the attention they deserve”.
Peter Alekseyevich Kropotkin, (born December 21 [December 9, Old Style],Moscow, Russia—died February 8,Dmitrov, near Moscow), Russian revolutionary and geographer, the foremost theorist of the anarchist movement.
Although he achieved renown in a number of different fields, ranging from geography and zoology to sociology and history, he shunned material success for. ANARCHISM (from the Gr. an, and archos, contrary to authority), the name given to a principle or theory of life and conduct under which society is conceived without government — harmony in such a society being obtained, not by submission to law, or by obedience to any authority, but by free agreements concluded between the various groups, territorial and professional, freely constituted for.
Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cleaver, H. "Kropotkin, Self-valorization and the Crisis of Marxism". Anarchist Studies. Vol. 2, Number 2. Dugger, W.M. "Veblen and Kropotkin on Human Evolution," Journal of Economic Issues, XVIII, pp.
Galois, B. It is the book I have been waiting for since when I read Caroline Cahm's excellent Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, (this book is essential reading for anyone interested in the real Kropotkin rather than the caricature beloved by both Marxists and Liberals).
I hope that the new anthology -- and its introduction. How did Kropotkin become an anarchist. who provided the young Tsarist functionary with a copy of a book by the French anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon — Kropotkin's first introduction to anarchist ideas.
I recommend Caroline Cahm's Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism. Anarchism and Revolution — Pëtr Kropotkin Oct 6, 10 pp.
Anarchism: its philosophy and ideal — Pëtr Kropotkin 41 pp. Anarchist Communism: Its Basis and Principles — Pëtr Kropotkin 35 pp. Anti-War. Books on Kropotkin Journal articles 7 External links And the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, – Cambridge University Press.
ISBN Todes, Daniel Philip (). Darwin Without Malthus: The Struggle for Existence in Russian Evolutionary Thought. John (). Radical Economics and Labour. Chapter 2. However, Caroline Cahm’s excellent Kropotkin and the rise of revolutionary anarchism, has been available since and this is essential reading if you are going to write about Kropotkin.
Or – and here is a radical notion! – read him.Kropotkin, AKA "The Anarchist Prince", was a Russian Revolutionary who rejected Bolshevism in favor of a decentralized communism with strong anarchist roots.
Even Lenin feared Kropotkin's influence. This is a great book for both teachers and students alike, an invaluable classic that expands the mind of anyone who reads s: 4. Pëtr Kropotkin Anarchism: its philosophy and ideal Ever reviled, accursed,-n'er understood, with one or two apertures.
It is not even good or bad books, for they are still objects of luxury in the villages. both preparing, in men's minds as in actions, a revolt of the masses, a revolution. In this, socialism and anarchism have only.