Anarchism

Anarchism Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be undesirable unnecessary and harmful or alternatively as opposing authority in the conduct of human relations P

  • Title: Anarchism
  • Author: Paul Eltzbacher
  • ISBN: 9781627931540
  • Page: 439
  • Format: ebook
  • Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful, or alternatively as opposing authority in the conduct of human relations Proponents of anarchism known as anarchists advocate stateless societies based on non hierarchical voluntary associations.

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    2 thoughts on “Anarchism

    1. Paul Eltzbacher Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Anarchism book, this is one of the most wanted Paul Eltzbacher author readers around the world.

    2. A well presented anthology of Anarchist thought. Rather than paraphrasing or simplifying, Eltzbacher presents seven monumental Anarchist philosophers' ideas using well organized quotations directly from the source. He presents each author's school of thought by introducing the author, the basis for the author's philosophies, and then expounding upon their philosophies on Law, State, Property, and the way in which the resulting principles can be realized. Though Eltzbacher seems to have a miniscu [...]

    3. كتاب رائع يُفصل في أفكار أشهر الفلاسفة اللاسلطويين (أناركيين) أمثال غودوين وبرودون وشتيرنر وباكونين وغيرهم. يستهل الكاتب كتابه بتعريف المفاهيم الثلاثة الأساسية: القانون، الدولة، والملكية. ثم يقوم بعدها بجمع وتلخيص آراء هؤلاء الفلاسفة فيما يتعلق بهذه المفاهيم. الكتاب ثقيل [...]

    4. This is a reprinted edition of a book originally published in the first decade of the 20th century. Maybe at the time it was insightful and interesting, but I think a lot of this information can be found in more accessible and entertaining venues these days. The only thing that really stood out for me was a chapter devoted to a guy named Benjamin Tucker. I'd never heard of this fellow before and this is a subject that I spend a lot of time immersed in. So that was interesting.

    5. great insight into a short summary of the major anarchist philosphers. the author summarizes well, but it was painful reading the sections written by the author (most of the book is quotations by anarchist philosophers). They were repetitive and awkwardly worded.

    6. a good overview of differing ideas though it sometimes felt as if reading a law school text. wordy to the point of annoying.

    7. Anarchists have been around for a long time. The book mainly focuses on seven writers of anarchy, with their ideology towards property, law and the state.

    8. The passages by the 7 anarchists were interesting, but the contributions by Eltzbacher can be skipped. He brings nothing interesting to the book.

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