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PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph.

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  1. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?

    Paris : 1841

    Second edition of the French anarchist philosopher's notorious thesis, together with the first editions of his two succeeding works, the "deuxième" and "troisième" memoirs. Qu'est-ce que la propriété? was first published in 1840, and shocked its readership with its famous assertion that "all property is theft", which remains widely cited among radical... Learn More
    £2,750.00

    Stock Code: 129328

  2. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?

    Paris : 1841

    Second edition of the French anarchist philosopher's notorious thesis which caused a scandal by equating all property with theft, printed by Proudhon himself in his hometown Besançon as stated on the half-title verso. As a result of his family's financial difficulties, Proudhon entered a printing-office in Besancon as a proof-reader and soon after... Learn More
    £1,250.00

    Stock Code: 121182

  3. Lettre à M. Blanqui sur la propriété.
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Lettre à M. Blanqui sur la propriété.

    Paris : 1841

    First edition, one of 2,000 copies, of Proudhon's grateful response to Louis-Auguste Blanqui's generous review of Qu'est-ce que la propriété?, the French anarchist philosopher's notorious thesis which caused a scandal by equating all property with theft. Immediately after its publication in 1840 the distinguished economist Blanqui (1805-1881) was... Learn More
    £2,750.00

    Stock Code: 121140

  4. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Qu'est-ce que la propriété?

    Paris : 1841

    Second edition of the French anarchist philosopher's notorious thesis which caused a scandal by equating all property with theft. In the wake of the social turmoil caused by the economic decline in France in 1839-40 and the July Monarchy's lapse into a "religion of property", Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865) argued thatunlike freedom and equalitythe... Learn More
    £2,750.00

    Stock Code: 121060

  5. De la création de l'ordre dans l'humanité,
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. De la création de l'ordre dans l'humanité,

    Paris : 1843

    First edition of a text which spans social economy, religion, philosophy, logic, and dialectics. Despite his antagonistic relationship with the author, Marx guardedly praised the latter focus in The Creation of Order in Humanity, remarking that "the most important thing about Proudhon's book is his serial dialectic, the attempt to establish... Learn More
    £325.00

    Stock Code: 140940

  6. Système des Contradictions Économiques, ou Philosophie de la Misère.
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Système des Contradictions Économiques, ou Philosophie de la Misère.

    Paris : 1846

    First edition of Proudhon's magnum opus, his analysis of what he saw to be the economic contradictions of 19th-century capitalism, which he felt would lead in time to an anarchist society. Proudhon sent a copy of the book to Karl Marx, then his friend, for review. Marx read it in two days, and was infuriated. "He therefore determined to destroy it,... Learn More
    £2,250.00

    Stock Code: 129329

  7. Manuel du Spéculateur a la bourse.
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. Manuel du Spéculateur a la bourse.

    Paris : 1857

    Third edition (first 1854) of the most curious of Proudhon's works, an account of the contemporary financial world, commissioned by Garnier Brothers. "It was called The Stock Exchange Speculator's Annual and consisted of a mass of statistical information, collected with the assistance of George Duchêne, on all the leading companies whose shares were... Learn More
    £300.00

    Stock Code: 137519

  8. System of Economic Contradictions, or the Philosophy of Misery.
    PROUDHON, Pierre-Joseph. System of Economic Contradictions, or the Philosophy of Misery.

    New York : [1888?]

    First separate edition in English, first published by Tucker himself as the fourth volume in his translated edition of Proudhon's works (1888), here with a cancel half-title and title page, and a variant binding. This reissue is rarely found - OCLC locates only one copy, at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, with another copy... Learn More
    £2,250.00

    Stock Code: 133006

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