Nazbol turd, Amir Taaki, may quote Proudhon to suit his evil Nazbol purposes

professor rat pro2rat at
Sun Feb 19 06:05:20 PST 2023

The first critique of centralized authority was introduced by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in 1848, a few years after publishing his now-classic book What is Property?, calling for the abolition of property and the state. As per Proudhon's view, without economic change, any political change would be limited. 

His work is at the heart of anarchism, "a political theory that is skeptical of the justification of authority and power," according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Almost two centuries later, Proudhon's thoughts about economics and power still echo in society, with encryption tools paving the way for parts of the ideal society envisioned in his theory.

Reposts not ramblings from a diseased Duginite mind

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