Ida Pilat Isca, ed. Heiner M. Becker London: Freedom Press, , pp. Becker The individuals around Proudhon were well-known through their great periodicals in the years to He had attended the lyceum at Aux, and had spent in the United States.
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Who says anarchy, says negation of government; Who says negation of government, says affirmation of the people Up to now you have believed in the existence of tyrants. Well, you were mistaken. There are only slaves. Where none obeys, none commands. Anarchist Manifesto [ edit ] As translated by Paul Sharkey Indeed: Who says anarchy, says negation of government; Who says negation of government, says affirmation of the people; Who says affirmation of the people, says individual liberty; Who says individual liberty, says sovereignty of each; Who says sovereignty of each, says equality; Who says equality, says solidarity or fraternity; Who says fraternity, says social order; By contrast: Who says government, says negation of the people; Who says negation of the people, says affirmation of political authority; Who says affirmation of political authority, says individual dependency; Who says individual dependency, says class supremacy; Who says class supremacy, says inequality; Who says inequality, says antagonism; Who says antagonism, says civil war; From which it follows that who says government, says civil war.
Yes, anarchy is order, government is civil war. An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government : "As man seeks justice in equality, so society seeks order in anarchy.
There I have a positive fact. Everything else is abstraction and, in mathematics, would be designated as "x", and unknown quantity; and I need not trouble myself with it. This task must be carried out neither by political parties, which will always seek to dominate, nor by violent revolution, which needs leaders like any other military operation.
The people, once enlightened, must act for itself.
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Early life[ edit ] Not much is known about the childhood and young adulthood of Anselme Bellegarrigue. These travels convinced him of the advantages of democracy and individual liberties. He refused to call the historical period a revolution, instead saying of it that "the evolution of has only been a consolidation of what was meant to be abolished" because "a Revolution must be the ruin not of a government, but of all government. You thought to this day that there were tyrants?