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Anarchy, geography, modernity : selected writings of Elisée Reclus / with an introductory essay by John Clark.

By: Reclus, Elisée, 1830-1905.
Contributor(s): Clark, John Maurice, 1884-1963 [editor] | Martin, Camille [editora].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oakland : PM Press, 2013Edition: Edited and translated by John Clark and Camille Martin.Description: xiv, 282 páginas ; 23 cm.Content type: Texto Media type: Sin mediación Carrier type: VolumenISBN: 9781604864298.Subject(s): Reclus, Elisée, 1830-1905 -- Colecciones de escritos | Z00 - Otros temas especiales: GeneralidadesDDC classification: 335.83 Other classification: JEL
Contents:
Part I: An introduction to Reclus’ social thought: 1. The earth story, the human story ; 2. The anarchist geographer ; 3. The dialectic of nature and culture ; 4. A philosophy of progress ; 5. Anarchism and social transformation ; 6. The critique of domination ; 7. The legacy of Reclus: liberty, equality, geography -- Part II: Selected writings of Elisée Reclus: 8. The feeling for nature in modern society ; 9. To my brother the peasant ; 10. Anarchy ; 11. The extended family ; 12. Evolution, revolution, and the anarchist ideal ; 13. On vegetarianism ; 14. The history of cities ; 15. The modern state ; 16. Culture and property ; 17. Progress ; 18. Advice to my anarchist comrades.
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Part I: An introduction to Reclus’ social thought: 1. The earth story, the human story ; 2. The anarchist geographer ; 3. The dialectic of nature and culture ; 4. A philosophy of progress ; 5. Anarchism and social transformation ; 6. The critique of domination ; 7. The legacy of Reclus: liberty, equality, geography -- Part II: Selected writings of Elisée Reclus: 8. The feeling for nature in modern society ; 9. To my brother the peasant ; 10. Anarchy ; 11. The extended family ; 12. Evolution, revolution, and the anarchist ideal ; 13. On vegetarianism ; 14. The history of cities ; 15. The modern state ; 16. Culture and property ; 17. Progress ; 18. Advice to my anarchist comrades.

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