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Pierre Joseph Proudhon

Geburtstag: 15. Januar 1809
Todesdatum: 19. Januar 1865

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Pierre-Joseph Proudhon [ˈpjɛʀ ʒoˈzɛf pʀuˈdɔ̃] war ein französischer Ökonom und Soziologe. Er gilt als einer der ersten Vertreter des solidarischen Anarchismus. Er setzte sich für die Abschaffung der Ausbeutung und der Herrschaft des Menschen über den Menschen ein, außerdem für Mutualismus und Föderalismus.

Vielzitiert ist der Satz „Eigentum ist Diebstahl“ aus seinem Werk Qu’est ce que la propriété? Ou recherches sur le principe du droit et du gouvernement.

Teilweise werden die Weiterentwickler seiner Theorie auch als Proudhonisten bezeichnet.

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„Eigentum ist Diebstahl.“

—  Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Qu'est-ce que la propriété? Chapitre I

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„To name a thing is easy: the difficulty is to discern it before its appearance.“

—  Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Context: To name a thing is easy: the difficulty is to discern it before its appearance. In giving expression to the last stage of an idea, — an idea which permeates all minds, which to-morrow will be proclaimed by another if I fail to announce it to-day, — I can claim no merit save that of priority of utterance. Do we eulogize the man who first perceives the dawn? Yes: all men believe and repeat that equality of conditions is identical with equality of rights; that property and robbery are synonymous terms; that every social advantage accorded, or rather usurped, in the name of superior talent or service, is iniquity and extortion. All men in their hearts, I say, bear witness to these truths; they need only to be made to understand it. Ch. I: "Method Pursued in this Work. The Idea of a Revolution"

„It is necessary to have lived in this insulator which is called the national assembly, in order to perceive how the men who are the most completely ignorant of the state of the country are almost always the ones who represent it.“

—  Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Context: It is necessary to have lived in this insulator which is called the national assembly, in order to perceive how the men who are the most completely ignorant of the state of the country are almost always the ones who represent it. I set myself to read everything that the distribution bureau sends the representatives: proposals, reports, brochures, even the Moniteur and the Bulletin of the laws. The greater part of my colleagues of the left and the extreme left were in the same perplexity of spirit, in the same ignorance of the daily facts. The national workshops were spoken of only with a kind of fright; for fear of the people is the defect of all those who belong to authority; the people, as concerns power, is the enemy.

„Eternity precedes us, eternity follows us: between two infinites, of what account is one poor mortal that the century should inquire about him?
Disregard then, reader, my title and my character, and attend only to my arguments.“

—  Pierre Joseph Proudhon
Context: Of what consequence to you, reader, is my obscure individuality? I live, like you, in a century in which reason submits only to fact and to evidence. My name, like yours, is truth-seeker. My mission is written in these words of the law: Speak without hatred and without fear; tell that which thou knowest! The work of our race is to build the temple of science, and this science includes man and Nature. Now, truth reveals itself to all; to-day to Newton and Pascal, tomorrow to the herdsman in the valley and the journeyman in the shop. Each one contributes his stone to the edifice; and, his task accomplished, disappears. Eternity precedes us, eternity follows us: between two infinites, of what account is one poor mortal that the century should inquire about him? Disregard then, reader, my title and my character, and attend only to my arguments. Ch. I: "Method Pursued in this Work. The Idea of a Revolution"

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