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This is a new translation of one of the classics of the traditions of anarchism and socialism. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was a contemporary of Marx and one of the most acute, influential, and subversive critics of modern French and European society. What is Property? (1840) has become a classic of political thought through its wide-ranging and deep-reaching critique of private property as at once the essential institution of Western culture and the root cause of greed, corruption, political tyranny, social division, and violation of natural law.
1. Method followed in this work; 2. Property considered as a natural right; 3. Labor as the efficient cause of the domain of property; 4. That property is impossible: demonstration; 5. Psychological exposition of the idea of the just and the unjust and the determination of the principle of government and right.
Posted December 23, 2008
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