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A Little Philosophical Lexicon of Anarchism From Proudhon to Deleuze


Manufacturer: Minor Compositions

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"A provocative exploration of hidden affinities and genealogies in anarchist thought.

Is the thought of Gilles Deleuze secretly linked to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s declaration: “I am an anarchist”? Has anarchism, for more than a century and a half, been secretly Deleuzian? In the guise of a playfully unorthodox lexicon, sociologist Daniel Colson presents an exploration of hidden affinities between the great philosophical heresies and “a thought too scandalous to take its place in the official edifice of philosophy,” with profound implications for the way we understand social movements."

Written by Daniel Colson, translated by Jesse Cohn, published by Minor Compositions, 2018.

Product Code: 9781570273414

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