Marxism, freedom and the state - Mikhail Bakunin

Written between 1867 and 1872, many of Bakunin's predictions about the outcome of following the authoritarian communist road have been proven valid by the actions of Leninist tyrants across the world. Marxism, Freedom and the State Translated and Edited with a Foreword and Biographical Sketch by K. J. Kenafick Scanned in and put in HTML format by Greg Alt 1996 HTML re-formatting Dana Ward 1999 TO THE MEMORY OF J. W. (Chummy) FLEMING WHO, FOR NEARLY SIXTY YEARS UPHELD THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM AT THE YARA BANK OPEN AIR FORUM MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA -- K. J. Kenafick

Comments

Steven.
Sep 4 2012 15:17
Bump, as I have added an awesome image to these texts
Havaan
Sep 4 2012 20:19
that image is pretty bad ass.
Arbeiten
Sep 4 2012 21:48
yeah love this image, and the text actually.
medwards
Sep 5 2012 07:31
Lordy y'all have stirred up the apologists on facebook something fierce with this one.
syndicalist
Jan 7 2015 03:51
Always liked this booklet
syndicalist
Jan 7 2015 03:55
I never quite understood what Bakunin meant by " materialism" and "determinism" as being separate and distinct from the (small m) marxian view of same
augustynww
Jan 7 2015 08:36
syndicalist wrote:
I never quite understood what Bakunin meant by " materialism" and "determinism" as being separate and distinct from the (small m) marxian view of same
Bakunin's materialism is naturalist (like in natural sciences), marxian historical materialism is anthropocentrist. Bakunin's determinism is also naturalist, broader and social, marxian determinism is economical one.