Review of Kropotkin: Reviewing The Classical Anarchist Tradition by Ruth Kinna

  • Elliot Rose University of Sussex

Author Biography

Elliot Rose, University of Sussex
Elliot Rose is an associate tutor at the University of Sussex and recent graduate of the CSPT. His work concerns scholars' theoretical constructions of human nature, and the connections between political theory and the human sciences.

References

Barclay, H. (1990) People Without Government, an Anthropology of Anarchy, Revised edition London: Kahn & Averill

de Waal, F. (2005) Our Inner Ape: The Best and Worst of Human Nature, London: Granta

Galois, B. (1976) ‘Ideology and the Idea of Nature: The Case of Peter Kropotkin’ Antipode vol. 8, no. 3, September, pp. 1-16

Graeber, D. (2007) Possibilities: Essays on Hierarchy, Rebellion, and Desire, Edinburgh: AK Press

Kropotkin, P. (1906) Memoirs of a Revolutionist, London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.

Kropotkin, P. (1995) The Conquest of Bread and Other Writings, Marshall S. Shatz (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Schmidt, M. & van der Walt, L. (2009) Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of Anarchism and Syndicalism, Edinburgh: AK Press

Woodcock, G. & Avakumović, I. (1971) The Anarchist Prince: a biographical study of Peter Kropotkin, New York: Schocken

Published
2017-05-09
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RoseE. (2017). Review of Kropotkin: Reviewing The Classical Anarchist Tradition by Ruth Kinna. tudies in ocial and olitical hought, 26. https://doi.org/10.20919/sspt.26.2016.67
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