Auteur: Shantz, Jeff & Dana M. Williams
Titel: Anarchy and Society
Sub titel: Reflections on Anarchist Sociology
'Anarchy and Society' explores the many ways in which the discipline of Sociology and the philosophy of anarchism are compatible. The book constructs possible parameters for a future ‘anarchist sociology’, by a sociological exposition of major anarchist thinkers (including Kropotkin, Proudhon, Landauer, Goldman, and Ward), as well as an anarchist interrogation of key sociological concepts (including social norms, inequality, and social movements). Sociology and anarchism share many common interests—although often interpreting each in divergent ways—including community, solidarity, feminism, crime and restorative justice, and social domination.
2014, 220 pag., Euro 18,95
Haymarket Books, Chicago, ISBN 9781608463848
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