Peter Kropotkin

(1842—1921) anarchist and scientist

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Overview page. Subjects: Arts and Humanities — Social Sciences.

The doctrine associated with Godwin, Bakunin, Proudhon, and others, that human communities can and should flourish without government. Voluntary cooperation should replace the coercive...

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Henry Drummond

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy — Christianity.


theological writer and revivalist. Brought up in the Free Church of Scotland, he was educated at New College, Edinburgh, and at Tübingen. In 1874–5 he assisted D. L....

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Overview page. Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

In 1798, ThomasRobert Malthus (1766–1834) published his Essay on Population in which he put forward the theory that the power of a population to increase is greater than that of the Earth...

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Murray Bookchin

Overview page. Subjects: Politics.


One of the leading anarchist social philosophers of the late twentieth century and a pioneering figure in the emerging green movement. In Post‐Scarcity Anarchism...

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