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C4SS – Propriedade Comunal: Análise Libertária
  INTRODUÇÃO I. Ascensão e Persistência da Comuna de Vila. II. Destruição da Comuna Camponesa pelo Estado. III. Destruição da Comuna Camponesa pelo Estado. Os Cercos na Inglaterra. IV. Destruição da Comuna Camponesa pelo Estado. França: Guerra às Comuns por Monarquia, República e Império. V. Destruição da Comuna Camponesa pelo Estado. O Acordo Permanente da Índia. VI. Destruição…
¿Es la Propiedad un Robo?
Less Antman: Anarquía no es un sistema. Es una actitud de respeto a los demás, y un rechazo de las relaciones amo-esclavo (sin exceptuar a los funcionarios estatales).
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In Defense of Public Space
The availability of public space may be a moral precondition for the right to freedom from trespassers.
Appendix Zain: Property and Privilege
Proudhon, by piling up his contradictions this way, was not merely being French.
Is Property Theft?
Less Antman: Anarchy is not a system. It is an attitude of respect for other people, and a rejection of master-slave relationships (with no exception for government officials).
“Propriedade Privada” Estatista É Furto
Repetindo, vemos que anarquistas consistente e corretamente têm feito equivaler a formulação estatista da propriedade a monopolização.
Libertarians for Redistribution
Gary Chartier: Libertarians rightly reject statist redistribution as a variety of slavery. But they have every reason to embrace solidaristic, transactional, and rectificational redistribution.
Communal Property: A Libertarian Analysis
Kevin Carson’s thirteenth research paper, “Communal Property: A Libertarian Analysis,” argues that the libertarian defense of property doesn’t apply only to fee simple individual property.
Statist “Private Property” Is Theft
David D’Amato finds a recent court decision makes an excellent opportunity to examine the concept of property.
VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM: Land Tenure and Anarchic Common Law
Lockeans, advocates of occupancy-and-use standards for land tenure, and other anarchists with comparable views of property need not be seen as differing theoretically as much as is often supposed and their preferred property rules could in principle co-exist without conflict in a stateless society.
Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory