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Libertaire ! Essais sur l’écriture, la pensée et la vie de Joseph Déjacque (1821-1865)

Abstract : Joseph Déjacque (1821-1865), a Parisian poet-worker exiled in England and then in the United States, invented the word "libertarian" in a letter to Proudhon. It was in 1857, in New Orleans. He had sharpened his activist and poet writing since 1847-1848 in revolutionary writings published here for the first time. His thinking is studied through multidisciplinary contributions of this volume in its entire anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist, feminist and anti-slavery amplitude. The ensemble highlights the transatlantic breath, the visionary intensity and the lively tensions of an extraordinary biographical, political, intellectual and literary journey.
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Thomas Bouchet, Patrick Samzun. Libertaire ! Essais sur l’écriture, la pensée et la vie de Joseph Déjacque (1821-1865). Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2019, Les Cahiers de la MSHE Ledoux, 978-2-84867-669-2. ⟨10.4000/books.pufc.18302⟩. ⟨halshs-02420219⟩



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