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The Well-Read Anarchist

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James Corbett of corbettreport.com presents a weekly podcast series, "The Well-Read Anarchist." In this series, James will read the major works of the great anarchist philosophers, from the foundational anarchist writers of the early 19th century right through to the contemporary thinkers of the 21st century. Joining us along the way will be a range of guests who will help to explain and contextualize these works.

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James Corbett of corbettreport.com presents a weekly podcast series, "The Well-Read Anarchist." In this series, James will read the major works of the great anarchist philosophers, from the foundational anarchist writers of the early 19th century right through to the contemporary thinkers of the 21st century. Joining us along the way will be a range of guests who will help to explain and contextualize these works.

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Love it but it’s to granular

By Ingrid Cuesta - Apr 27 2018
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This is a fantastic podcast idea and well executed too. A bit too well. I think just one 30-60min episode on each Anarchist thinker would be perfect. I imagine most listeners are like me just want an overview of Proudhon, Krotopkin, Goldman etc.

Right up there with Martin Luthers commentary on Galatians in revolution of thought

By RexNaja - Sep 24 2015
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My flowing review and comparisons was swallowed up suffice to say the comparison is apt but the preachers are few if any willing to overthrow the priesthood of finances sacred gods....Property. I dare say the revolution and renaissance in thought would change the world. The veils lifted truths exposed charlatans outed The book is dense with reasoned thought and ideal truths that expose society's and man tower of economic babel never to unite. I might disagree in some all to common religious perversion but the outcome is the same the formula of mans folly unaltered solutions the same battle lines drawn. Thank you for such a gem in a sea of mediocrity and vain deception. No greater task then a search truth and not those things that tickle the ears and speak to mans vanity

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13 Ratings
Average Ratings
12
1
0
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Love it but it’s to granular

By Ingrid Cuesta - Apr 27 2018
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This is a fantastic podcast idea and well executed too. A bit too well. I think just one 30-60min episode on each Anarchist thinker would be perfect. I imagine most listeners are like me just want an overview of Proudhon, Krotopkin, Goldman etc.

Right up there with Martin Luthers commentary on Galatians in revolution of thought

By RexNaja - Sep 24 2015
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My flowing review and comparisons was swallowed up suffice to say the comparison is apt but the preachers are few if any willing to overthrow the priesthood of finances sacred gods....Property. I dare say the revolution and renaissance in thought would change the world. The veils lifted truths exposed charlatans outed The book is dense with reasoned thought and ideal truths that expose society's and man tower of economic babel never to unite. I might disagree in some all to common religious perversion but the outcome is the same the formula of mans folly unaltered solutions the same battle lines drawn. Thank you for such a gem in a sea of mediocrity and vain deception. No greater task then a search truth and not those things that tickle the ears and speak to mans vanity
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The Well-Read Anarchist

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James Corbett of corbettreport.com presents a weekly podcast series, "The Well-Read Anarchist." In this series, James will read the major works of the great anarchist philosophers, from the foundational anarchist writers of the early 19th century right through to the contemporary thinkers of the 21st century. Joining us along the way will be a range of guests who will help to explain and contextualize these works.

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Rank #1: "What is Property?" by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Chapter One

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The Well-Read Anarchist podcast begins its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?“, published in 1840. Today we read Chapter One of the book, “Method Pursued in This Work – The Idea of a Revolution.”

Feb 26 2014

55mins

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Rank #2: "What is Property?" by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Chapter Two

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The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continuation its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?” published in 1840. Today we read Chapter Two of the book, “Property Considered as a Natural Right.”

Mar 05 2014

1hr 14mins

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Rank #3: “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (complete audiobook)

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This is the complete audiobook of “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, first published in 1840. This is a reading of the e-text published to the web on November 1, 1995 by Project Gutenberg. For higher quality audio, please see Episodes 003-008 of this podcast.

Sep 20 2015

12hr 58mins

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Rank #4: “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Second Memoir

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The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continues its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?” published in 1840. Today we conclude the book with a reading of the Second Memoir.

Sep 20 2015

4hr 52mins

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Rank #5: "What is Property?" by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon - Chapter Five

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The Well-Read Anarchist podcast continues its exploration of the works of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon with a reading of his first major work, “What is Property?” published in 1840. Today we read Chapter Five of the book, “That Property is Impossible.”

Mar 22 2015

1hr 57mins

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