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The Philosophy of Misery: The Complete Work Plus an Overview, Summary, Analysis and Author Biography Audiobook

The Philosophy of Misery: The Complete Work Plus an Overview, Summary, Analysis and Author Biography

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"Property is theft." This quote is perhaps one of the most widely known phrases delivered by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, a man known as the father of anarchy. In The Philosophy of Misery, he examines the nature of economy and gives his thoughts about the subversive influence of capitalism. Before the rise of corporate giants, Proudhon recognized the potential for the state and the economy to enslave humanity to profit and accumulation. He recognized the dangers of consumerism more than a century before it became evident as the dominant global paradigm. Running against the grain of politics and every conceivable form of authority, he stood for the right of a person to choose his or her own fate and governance. The Philosophy of Misery is a text that boldly confronts the dogma of capitalism and offers an alternative. Proudhon sought to provide a solution to the problems of economy and society that came from reason and respected the inherent liberty of humanity.

A summary precedes the narration of the full text, giving a biography of the author and background information on the work. Also included are an overview, a synopsis, and an analysis. The summary is concluded with an examination of the historical context, criticisms, and social impact of Proudhon's work. Proudhon's thoughts form the bridge that links philosophy and economy.

An understanding of his work is essential for lovers of philosophy who wish to move their knowledge from theory to practicality.

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    "Interesting book, poorly read"
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    The book is very interesting but the narration is poor.


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    There are words incorrectly pronounced throughout the book and the narrator regularly stumbles over the words or begins to say a word, stops and then starts again. This makes it quite difficult to listen to and is very annoying.


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