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❰Reading❯ ➿ Qu'est-ce que la propriété? ou Recherche sur le principe du Droit et du Gouvernment Author Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Peakpopa.info

❰Reading❯ ➿ Qu'est-ce que la propriété? ou Recherche sur le principe du Droit et du Gouvernment Author Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Peakpopa.info

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10 thoughts on “Qu'est-ce que la propriété? ou Recherche sur le principe du Droit et du Gouvernment

  1. says:

    When checking the 'I own this book' option, I thought to myself, do I?

  2. says:

    In just under 500 pages, P.J. Proudhon seeks to prove his thesis that Property (as defined by private and/or capitalistic property - and the social relations that it produces) is a form of theft or robbery. Secondly, Proudhon contends that the social relations created by Property are the root cause of exploitation, crime, and inequality in society. As state

  3. says:

    Not a book I'd recommend as an introduction to anarchism or something like that but still a fascinating and fiery text. Most notable on the "very bad" side is that women are referred to approximately twice, where they're called as different to men as men are to goats and it's said they should probably be "excluded from society"! Christ. This is symptomatic of a wider

  4. says:

    Although this book is an important historical work, I couldn't honestly rate it higher than OK, just because the style and presentation is wanting. At times he comes across as hasty and arrogant. But there are other times when he settles into a more well-paced and well-argued discussion. The best parts are in the middle. The benefit for those who read this book is in the quest

  5. says:

    I have deep misgivings about this book. On the one hand, Proudhon is a brilliant prose writer, captivating his reader regardless of the subject matter. I agree with him on many points--on the injustice of authority, on the evils of governance, on the necessity for an anarchic society--but on many issues he is just flat-out wrong. The whole point of the treatise is to expose the injustic

  6. says:

    “What is Property?” (1840) is a must-read for those in need of arguments for the abolition of private property. When reading this book, it is important to keep in mind that Proudhon is not exclusively dealing with modern bourgeois property as an economic category, but mostly with the juridico-philosophical concept of property – i.e. a notion that transcends epochs - as mainly exemplified by

  7. says:

    This is a fascinating book overall. Proudhon argues passionately against property (note, NOT possession), from all different angles including economic, philosophical and ethical. He is very clear with structuring his ideas, talks no more or less than he needs to, and takes stance against a good number of other philosophers from all ages. He also gives a good overview of historical development of possession

  8. says:

    Pierre-Joseph was a troll. He used words to hurt people and institutions - often unfairly. He loved every moment of it. He knew how to upset good society and how to gain notoriety, and his writing style was designed to make him hated among the right circles, and admired in the wrong ones.

    As an economic treatise, What is Property? is laughable. As a pamphlet from an agent provocateur, it is a job well do

  9. says:

    Todos los campesinos deberían tener conocimiento de lo que dice este libro.
    This book changed my perception of what I usually take for normal and ordinary about being the owner of something. The entire book is about Proudhon explaining why being the owner of something is basically a crime, to cheat, to steal and he does it in an impressive and eloquent way. I never once got bored reading this book, his way of convincin

  10. says:

    Very few times you find a book that describes the sources of current problems, so thoroughly described and analysed that is over a century old. This is one of them. Worth reading for anyone with an interest in the origins of the current economic crisis or a good example of anarchist thought.

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