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|3 Does it follow that I reject all authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots|
, I defer to the authority of the bootmaker. MIKHAIL BAKUNIN (1814-76), Russian
political theorist. Cod and (he 5fato(l 871; repr. in Bakunin on Anarchism, ed. by ...
|“Does it follow that I reject all authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots, |
I defer to the authority of the bootmaker.” James Baldwin (1924–1987), African-
American writer. The Harlem-born Baldwin, much of whose work dealt with being
|All human beings possess a natural instinct for power, which Bakunin felt had its |
origins in the basic law of life enjoining every ... with authority must, through the
force of an immutable social law, become an oppressor and exploiter of society.
33 But Bakunin does not have a ... He writes: Does it follow that I reject all
authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots, I defer to the authority of the
bootmaker; concerning houses, canals and railroads, I consult the architect or the
|The one is inseparable from the other, and both tend to create a slavish society. |
Does it follow that I reject all authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots, I
defer to the authority of the bootmaker; concerning houses, canals, or railroads, ...
|Kim Newman and Eugene Byrne turn history on its head with this novel of "what if...?" -- a must-read for Proletariats world-wide!|
|Examines the processes of production and distribution in the U.S. and the ways in which their management has become increasingly systematized The role of large-scale business enterprise-big business and its managers-during the formative ...|
|Unfinished at the time of his death and rambling and disjointed at best, this is nevertheless a provocative exploration of Bakunin's ideas on the enslavement of humanity by religion, its use by the state as a weapon against the people, and ...|
|Michael Moorcock is one of the most widely read SF authors in the world, and here his fertile imagination is on full display.|
|The dialectical materialism of Marx is not only a useful philosophical method for understanding the processes of society, but is also a powerful tool for the assessment of the scientific method, according to Marxists Grant and Woods.|