What is Property?

    An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government

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      “What Is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is a foundational work in political philosophy, challenging conventional notions of ownership and advocating for social equality. Published in 1840, it sparked debates on property rights and economic justice.


      In “What Is Property?” Pierre-Joseph Proudhon presents a bold critique of the institution of private property, arguing that it is inherently exploitative and unjust. Proudhon asserts that property ownership leads to inequality and oppression, as those who own property exploit the labor of others for their own gain.

      Through rigorous philosophical analysis and historical examples, Proudhon challenges the prevailing assumptions about property rights and economic relations. His provocative ideas sparked widespread debate and controversy, influencing subsequent generations of political thinkers and activists.

      Proudhon’s critique of private property continues to inspire movements for social change and calls for alternative economic systems that prioritize the well-being of all individuals over the accumulation of wealth by a privileged few.

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      Number of Unique Covers: 56

      Number of 1:1 Covers: 30

      The Property Lines

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      The Philosophical Influence

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      Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

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      The Plots

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      The Means of Production

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      The Bread Analogy

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      The Deed Exchange

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      Publisher : Book.io

      First Publication Date : 1840

      Author : Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

      Genres: Classics, Non-Fiction, Philosophy, Politics

      Language : English

      Word Count : 86,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : Book.io eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Cardano Retail Price : 14 ADA

      Purchase Limit: 5

      Cardano Policy ID : 4277636bff20c75ea772904524c228ba8ed25ae0a90db6a68f1ea5a9

      Author Info

      Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

      Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865), a French philosopher, economist, and politician, is best known for his influential work, "What is Property?" This treatise challenged conventional notions of ownership and advocated for a more equitable distribution of wealth. Proudhon's ideas on property rights and social justice sparked intense debates and laid the groundwork for modern anarchist and socialist movements.
      Despite being labeled as an anarchist, Proudhon's beliefs were more nuanced, advocating… Read More

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