Bakunin: The Philosophy of Freedom

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Black Rose Books, 1993 - Philosophy - 159 pages
The life and thought of Bakunin has contemporary relevance, particularly for his definitions of freedom. This book confirms that his holistic thinking was dominated by a desire to achieve a unity of theory and practice. "Everything about him is colossalhe is full of a primitive exuberance and strength."--Richard Wagner

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