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Fri Mar 21 17:10:51 2014 UTCviaf-419311420.00Correspondance /0.660.92Correspondance de P.-J. Proudhon,41931142Langlois, Amédée Jérôme, 1819-Langlois, Améedée-Jérome 1819-1902Langlois, J.-ALanglois Jérôme-Amédée 1819-1902Le Colonel 1819-1902lccn-n79043991Proudhon, P.-J(Pierre-Joseph)1809-1865lccn-n50012630Tucker, Benjamin Ricketson1854-1939trlviaf-172765190FranceChambre des députés (1876-1942)edtviaf-280045493Proudhon, P.-J(1809-1865)(Pierre-Joseph)viaf-265292656FranceAssemblée nationale (1871-1875)edtnc-france$chambre des representants 1815FranceChambre des représentants (1815)edtviaf-297893597Éditions G. Baillièrepblnc-france$chambre des deputes 1876 1940FranceChambre des députés (1876-1940)edtlccn-n80036655Woodcock, George(1912-1995)Langlois, Amédée Jérôme1819-Records and correspondencePropertyEconomicsFranceProudhon, P.-J.--(Pierre-Joseph),SocialistsAnarchistsChurch history--Primitive and early churchSocial sciencesRight of propertyProperty and socialismAnarchismReal propertyProperty--Moral and ethical aspects1819190218671871187218751876187718781879188118821883188918901898190219661970197167366127335.01HB701ocn422183350ocn468724235ocn422161389ocn463520312ocn458193626ocn45749111732421ocn000310474book18760.63Proudhon, P.-JWhat is Property? an Inquiry Into the Principle of Right and of GovernmentFrench printer and pamphleteer Pierre-Joseph Proudhon was an autodidact who became increasingly interested in political philosophy and rose from humble roots to engage in discourse and debate with some of the top thinkers of the day, including Karl Marx. Based in part on the discussion in What is Property?, Proudhon refined the political theory of anarchy and was one of the first known thinkers to call himself an anarchist. A must-read for anyone interested in delving into the roots14132ocn005332952book18750.92Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance de P.-J. ProudhonRecords and correspondence555ocn006460382book18830.90Proudhon, P.-JCésarisme et christianisme (de l'an 45 avant J.-C. à l'an 476 après)125ocn422183350book1875Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439692book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439444book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439912book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439421book19710.27Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn630448228book19710.27Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439680book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439494book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439728book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439634book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439535book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439480book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439835book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439465book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance61ocn632439766book19710.31Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondance51ocn492826198book18670.92Langlois, Amédée JeromeL'homme et la révolution; huitétudes dédiées à P.J. Proudhon41ocn492721552book1875Proudhon, P.-JCorrespondanceFri Mar 21 15:30:17 EDT 2014batch9108