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ANGAUT, Jean-Christophe. "Freedom and history in Michel Bakunin" ["Liberté et histoire chez Michel Bakounine"]
Article published on 22 May 2006

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Thèse de doctorat (Philosophie) sous la direction de Michel Senellart, Université de Nancy II. 2005. [S.l.] : [s.n.] 2 vol. (632 f.) : couv. ill. ; 30 cm. Bibliogr. f. 620-628. Index

Num. national de thèse : 2005NAN21031


The purpose of this study is first to show that Bakunin’s thought, as a reflection about the accomplishment of human freedom in history, is tied to the main philosophical trends of the 19th century, such as German idealism, French positivism, Marxism and scientific materialism. This study shows also that Bakunin’s thought, as a libertarian theory and practice of emancipation, deals with the status of politics and with the role of national and social issues.

The plan of this study takes Bakunin’s works as a whole, in its diversity and its historicity. The first two parts deal with the writings prior to Bakunin’s anarchism. The third part describes the philosophy of freedom developed after 1864. The last two parts are a study of Bakunin’s political project, before and after his entrance into the International Workers Association.

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