Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-65) philosopher French economist was one of the greater theorists of Socialism and anarchy in the 800. In 1840 publish'did Cos'é the property?'in which thesis supports its second celebre which the “property is a theft”. During the tumultuous events of 1848, Proudhon opposed to the uprisings preaching a pacific conciliation. Here it is portrait, along with two of its daughters, in a press (from painting of Gustave Courbet, 1853)

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title: PROUDHON WITH THE DAUGHTERS

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caption: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-65) philosopher French economist was one of the greater theorists of Socialism and anarchy in the 800. In 1840 publish'did Cos'é the property?'in which thesis supports its second celebre which the “property is a theft”. During the tumultuous events of 1848, Proudhon opposed to the uprisings preaching a pacific conciliation. Here it is portrait, along with two of its daughters, in a press (from painting of Gustave Courbet, 1853)

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