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Prieš jūsų akis – istorinis Piotro Kropotkino esė „Anarchistų dora“ vertimas, kurį 1909 kartu su savo paties rašiniu „Ko mums reikia pirmiausia“ išleido Čikagoje gyvenęs lietuvis Juozas Laukis (tikr. Domininkas Kaleininkas, 1866-1947). Pirmą kartą ši esė, pavadinta „La morale anarchiste au point de vue de sa réalisation pratique“ buvo išspausdinta 1890 m. prancūzų anarchis ...more
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Published June 25th 2004 by Fayard (first published 1889)
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Ahlak temelini doğadan mı alır? Yoksa bir vahiy ile inmiştir? Din veya devlet, insanların “ahlaklı” olmasında bir işleve sahip olmuş mudur?
Kropotkin’in son eseri olan ve tamamlayamadan hayatını kaybettiği Etik öncelikle bu sorulara odaklanmıştır. Antik Yunan’dan itibaren ahlak, toplumsallık, adalet ilişkilerinin nasıl bir süreç izlediğini, Ortaçağ Avrupası’nda bunun nasıl bir hal aldığını ve Rönesans sonrasında ve özellikle Endüstri Devrimi ile birlikte ahlaka bakış açısının kazandığı seküler p
Christopher Hill
Kropotkin's conception of morality has both certain strengths as well as certain weaknesses. The main strength is that it is materialist, and that it also has a certain amount of class content which in some cases echoes that of Marxist conceptions of morality. The weakness however, is that his materialism is vulgar materialism. Drawing on the ideas he developed in "Mutual Aid" he postulated that morality is something which evolved from mutual aid behaviors in animals. The problem with this, is t ...more
Très (trop ?) court essai de Kropotkin, mais qui se lit bien, pas de complications mais quelques très bonnes idées sur la morale et sa construction hors d'un contrat social
Quelle homme ce Kropotkine!
Alexandru Jr.
in primul rand, tare viguros / viu scris.
kropotkin porneste de la niste premise naturaliste / evolutioniste. pentru el, sursa moralei este evolutia speciilor, nu vreuna supranaturala.
si morala nu trebuie sa impuna nimic - sa functioneze ca un set de porunci sau sa incerce sa modifice omul in baza vreunui ideal - dar sa-l faca constient de ce este el si, eventual, sa formuleze unele recomandari pe baza observatiilor referitoare la functionarea lui buna.
kropotkin examineaza cateva niveluri.
by Ax

Un accostarsi all'uomo attraverso il concetto filosofico di Libertà veicolato dalle conoscenze scientifiche dell'autore.
Affascinante nell'esposizione, mai estremo, Kropotkin offre la sua visione anarchica — visione che per ignoranza indispone molti, che arrivano a storpiarne il significato da 'senza governo' a 'caos'— con un approccio di ampio respiro.
Johannes De silentio
very very necessary to a growth of conscience,actitude and movement roots.
Canard Frère
Réflexions sur une morale qui dépasserait les notions de rédemption et de punition des concepts religieux traditionnels, pour leur préférer l'entraide et l'empathie.
A huge amount of stuff he says is contestable, but a pretty interesting read.
Edward Rathke
Simple and direct and always correct. I typically hate everyone philosopher's views on ethics/morality, but I find Kropotkin's simplicity just brilliant.
Piet Michael
"The Morality of Anarchism" is probably a good introduction into the philosophy of anarchism after all for anyone who hasn't had a clue of it before.
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Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin (Пётр Алексеевич Кропоткин) was a geographer, a zoologist, and one of Russia's foremost anarchists. One of the first advocates of anarchist communism, Kropotkin advocated a communist society free from central government. Because of his title of prince, he was known by some as "the Anarchist Prince". Some contemporaries saw him as leading a near perfect life, including O ...more
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“The principle of equality sums up the teachings of moralists. But it also contains something more. This something more is respect for the individual. By proclaiming our morality of equality, or anarchism, we refuse to assume a right which moralists have always taken upon themselves to claim, that of mutilating the individual in the name of some ideal. We do not recognize this right at all, for ourselves or anyone else. We recognize the full and complete liberty of the individual; we desire for him plentitude of existence, the free development of all his faculties. We wish to impose nothing upon him; thus returning to the principle which Fourier placed in opposition to religious morality when he said: "Leave men absolutely free. Do not mutilate them as religions have done enough and to spare. Do not fear even their passions. In a free society these are not dangerous.” 3 likes
“Equality in mutual relations with the solidarity arising from it, this is the most powerful weapon of the animal world in the struggle for existence. And equality is equity. By proclaiming ourselves anarchists, we proclaim before- hand that we disavow any way of treating others in which we should not like them to treat us; that we will no longer tolerate the inequality that has allowed some among us to use their strength, their cunning or their ability after a fashion in which it would annoy us to have such qualities used against ourselves. Equality in all things, the synonym of equity, this is anarchism in very deed. It is not only against the abstract trinity of law, religion, and authority that we declare war. By becoming anarchists we declare war against all this wave of deceit, cunning, exploitation, depravity, vice --in a word, inequality-- which they have poured into all our hearts. We declare war against their way of acting, against their way of thinking. The governed, the deceived, the exploited, the prostitute, wound above all else our sense of equality. It is in the name of equality that we are determined to have no more prostituted, exploited, deceived and governed men and women.” 2 likes
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