BAKUNIN, Mihail Aleksandrovič (1814-1876) .- Studies

PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph (1809-1865)BAKUNIN, Mihail Aleksandrovič (1814-1876)MARX, Karl (1818-1883)HERZEN, Alexander. Nom de GERTSEN, Aleksandr Ivanovitch (1812-1870)RevolutionPhilosophyPopulation. Pan-Slavism. See also “Slavs”IWA (International Workers’ Association)NECHAEV, SergejPopulation. SlavsCommunismENGELS, Friedrich (1820-1895)KROPOTKINE, Petr Alekseevitch (1842-1921) STIRNER, Max (Bayreuth, 1806/10/25 - Berlin, 1806/06/25). Pseud. de Johann Caspar SCHMIDTSocialismEconomy: agricultureGANDHI, Mohandas Karamchand (1869-1948)TOLSTOÏ, Léon (1828-1910)UtopiaMarxismIdeologyNationalismConventions. London IWMW Conference (1871)Europe. 19th centurySTANKEVICH, NicolasArt. RomantismeHERZEN, NataliePolandSCHILLER, Friedrich von (1759-1805). PoèteNihilismBibliography
Michel Bakunin
Portrait by Levine

- Avrich, Paul

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- Cahm,C.; "Bakunin", in E. Cahm & V.C. Fisera (editors), Socialism And Nationalism, (Nottingham: Spokesman Press, 1978), volume 1, pp. 33-49.

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- Clark, J "The noble lies of power: Bakunin and the critique of ideology", in C. Peden & J.K. Roth (editors), Rights, Justice And Community, (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992)

- Cole, G.B.H. "Bakunin", in his A History Of Socialist Thought, (London: Macmillan, & New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1969) pp. 213-236 of Volume 2.

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- Cutler, Robert M. "Bakunin’s anti-Jacobinism : ‘Secret societies’ for self-emancipating collectivist social revolution," Anarchist Studies 22:2 (2014)

- D’Agostino, A. "Machiavellianism from below: Bakuninism and state socialism", in his Marxism And The Russian Anarchists, (San Francisco, CA.: Germinal Press, 1977) pp. 35- 69.

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- Dunn, P. P. "Belinski, Bakunin and the quest for revolutionary immortality", in C.B. Davis (editor), Consortium On Revolutionary Europe, 1750-1850: proceedings of the 1983 meeting, (Tallahassee, FL.: University Of Florida Press, 1983) pp. 464-476.

- Eckardt, J.W.A.V.; "M.A. Bakunin and radicalism", in his Russia Before And After The War, (London: Longmans, Green And Co., 1880) pp. **********

- Edwards, H.S. "A Russian revolutionist", in his Personal Reflections, (London: Cassell, 1900) pp. 223-248.

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- Fadner, F. "Left-wing Pan-Slavism: Bakunin and Herzen", in his Seventy Years Of Pan- Slavism In Russia, (Georgetown, DC.: Georgetown University Press, 1962) pp. 147-182.

- Fischer, G. "Marx plus Bakunin: right grasp, wrong way", in his Ways To Self-Rule, (New York: Exposition Press, 1978) pp. 181-186.

- M. Forman “Anarchy and federation: Bakunin”, in his Nationalism And The International Labor Movement: the idea of the state in socialist and anarchist thought, (University Park, PA.: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1997) pp. 22-41.

- Ginzburg, L. "Bakunin, Stankevich and the crisis of romanticism", in her On Psychological Prose, (Princeton, NJ.: Princeton University Press, 1991) pp. 27-57.

- Gouldner, A.W.; "Marx’s final battle: Bakunin and the First International, … ", in his Against Fragmentation, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1985) pp. 141-189.

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- Guillen, A. "Neoanarchism: Marx and Bakunin", in his (editor D.C. Hodges), Philosophy Of The Urban Guerrilla, (New York: William Morrow, 1973) pp. 72-78.

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- Guertsen, Natalia Aleksandrovna, Daughter of a revolutionary : Natalie Herzen and the Bakunin-Nechayev circle / edited with an introduction by Michael Confino ; translated [from the Russian] by Hilary Sternberg and Lydia Bott. LaSalle, Ill. : Library press, 1973. 416-[4] p. : ill. ; 23 cm. bibliogr. ISBN 0-912050-2

Bibl Nat. de France

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- Harrison, J.F. "Bakunin’s explanation of revolution", in his The Modern State: an anarchist analysis, (Toronto: Black Rose Books, Canada, 1983) pp. 83-103.

- Hecht, D. "Bridled intransigence: Michael Bakunin", in his Russian Radicals Look To America, 1825-1925, (Westport, CT.: Greenwood, 1968) pp. 41-71. [1947]

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- Herzen, A. "M.A. Bakunin and the cause of Poland", in his My Past And Thoughts, (London: Chatto And Windus, & New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974) pp. 565-585.

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- Kelly, A.; “Bakunin and the charm of the millennium”, in her Toward Another Shore, (New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1998) pp. 245-256.

- Kemp-Welch, T. "Bakunin and Kropotkin on anarchism", in R. Bellamy & A. Ross (editor), A Textual Introduction To Social And Political Theory, (Manchester: Manchester University Press, & New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1996) pp. 261-280.

- Kline, G.L. "The anarchist critique: Bakunin and Tolstoy", in his Religious And Anti-Religious Thought In Russia, (Chicago, IL.: University Of Chicago Press, 1968) pp. 11-35.

- Kolakowski, L. "The First International: Bakunin", in his Main Currents Of Marxism, (Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 1978) pp. 244-261.

- Kostka, E. "Schiller’s impact on Bakunin", in his Schiller In Russian Literature, (Pittsburgh, PA.: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1966) pp. 116-134.

- Kucharzewski, J. "Bakunin", in his The Origins Of Modern Russia, (New York: Polish Institute Of Arts And Sciences In America, 1948) pp. 179-216.

- Kun, M. "Bakunin and some aspects of national questions in the nineteenth century", in Z. Imam (editor), The USSR - Sixty Years, (New Delhi: Tulsi Publishing House, India, 1981, & New York: Humanities Press, 1982) pp. **********

- Kun, M. "Bakunin and the southern Slavs from the 1840’s to the 1860’s", in L. Hadrovics & A. Hollos (editor), Hungaro-Slavica, 1978: VIII Internationaler Kongress Der Slawisten, Zagreb, 3-9 September 1978, (Budapest: Akademai Kiado, 1978) pp. 165-186.

- Kuvakin, V.A. "Mikhail Bakunin", in V.A. Kuvakin (editor), A History Of Russian Philosophy, (Buffalo, NY.: Prometheus Books, 1994) pp. 291-303.

- Lampert, E."Mikhail Bakunin", in his Studies In Rebellion: Belinsky, Bakunin, Herzen, (London: Routledge Kegan Paul, & New York: Praeger, 1957) pp. 109-169.

- LaTouche, P. "Revolutionary anarchism: Bakunin", in his Anarchy! An authentic exposition of …, (New York: Revisionist Press, 1976) [1908] pp. 20-27.

- Laveleye, E.D. "Bakunin, the apostle of Nihilism", in his The Socialism of Today, (London: Field And Tuer, 1885) pp. 183-244.