Philosophie. Mouvement des Lumières

Articles

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

Back to previous J. Lavrin; "Bakunin", in his Russia, Slavdom And The Western World, (London: Geoffrey Bles, 1969) pp. 101-114. A. Lehning; (...)

NEWMAN, Saul Abraham. " From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-authoritarianism and the dislocation of power ’

Ph. D. School University of New South Wales (Australia),1997 DAI-A 60/03, p. 871, Sep 1999 This dissertation compares anarchist and (...)

JOFF. "The Possibility of an Antihumanist EcoAnarchism" (1) Introduction - The Concept of Naturalism

This work attempts to rethink Bookchin’s animus vis-a-vis the poststructuralism of Derrida & Guattari, Derrida and Foucault and the (...)

JOFF. "The Possibility of an Antihumanist EcoAnarchism" (8) The Concept of Humanism and the Promise of Enlightenment

Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 9 The Concept of Humanism and the Promise of Enlightenment What is humanism? As a (...)

GODWIN, William.- The anarchist writings of William Godwin Edited with an introduction by Peter Marshall

London , Freedom Press, 1986. 182 p. : front. ; 20 cm ISBN/ISSN: 0900384298 (pbk.)

McKINLEY, C. Alexander. "Illegitimate children of the Enlightenment: Anarchists and the French Revolution"

Brandeis University, 2005, 323 p. The fin-de-siècle anarchists saw themselves as the inheritors of Rousseau and Diderot, the most radical (...)

COLSON, Daniel.- Anarchism, Foucault and the « Postmoderns »

This article is published in the French anarchist journal Réfractions, May 2008 with several other texts about postmodernity, including one by (...)