Pierre ProudhonIn existographies, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865) (IQ:#|#) (Cattell 1000: 742) (Gottlieb 1000:648) (CR:2) was a French politician, economic theorist, and self-defined anarchist, noted for []

Proudhon is listed (Ѻ) in Johan van der Pot’s 1985 social Newton stylized ranking.

Proudhon was an influence to Guillaume de Greef. [1]

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The following are quotes on Proudhon:

“Like other young men with blood in their veins, I wanted to do something to reform the world – to get rid of poverty and war, and so on. So I read Godwin, Proudhon, Marx and innumerable others. Kropotkin, revolutionary, but still a scientist, pointed out how important for any attempt to improve society was a scientific understanding of it.”
Alfred Radcliffe-Brown (c.1940), commentary on his early education [3]

“The French produced most of the leaders of utopian socialism: Henri de Saint-Simon, Charles Fourier, and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, e.g. were all famous for their schemes for the perfect community, including a great deal of gender equality, free love, and of course, free thought.”
Jennifer Hecht (2003), Doubt: a History [2]

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The following are quotes by Proudhon:

“Anarchy is order without power.”
— Pierre Proudhon (1848), Confessions of a Revolutionary

1. Shantz, Jeff. (2012). “Syndicalist Sociology: the Forgotten Work of Guillaume de Greef” (Ѻ), AlternativeHistoryOfSociology.org.
2. Hecht, Jennifer M. (2003). Doubt: A History: The Great Doubters and Their Legacy of Innovation from Socrates and Jesus to Thomas (pg. 385). HarperOne.
3. Stocking, George. (1995). After Tylor, British Social Anthropology, 1888–1951 (pg. 305). University of Madison.

External links
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – Wikipedia.

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