Guérin’s classic anthology of anarchism translated and reprinted, available for the first time in a Daniel Guérin Goodreads reviews for No Gods No Masters . No Gods No Masters has ratings and 29 reviews. Jake said: This is an anthology of anarchist writing from around the s to WWII and the quality of. No gods, no masters is an anarchist and labour slogan. It has been in common use by . Daniel (). No Gods, No Masters – Daniel Guérin – Google Books.

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No gods, no masters: An Anthology of Anarchism. A nice compilation of excerpts from a number of libertarian thinkers. AK Press Distribution Amazon. Retrieved from ” https: An Anthology of Anarchism. Tucker, Publisher,available online at www. It is an anthology, so the writing quality varies a lot between parts and some of it is a chore to get through. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Anthologies are always mind-numbingly repetitive with little more than a bunch of vague generalizations and inspirational ni and goes.

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Margaret Sanger on Birth Control”. A useful pick’n’mix if you know what you’re looking for, but patchy if you’re looking to read a whole anthology.

Somebody Guerin decided he likes anarchy so much that he needs to make a book about it. Technically it’s just egalitarian, non-hierarchical living arrangements with no official authority, which should lead to a criticism of the level of technology and scale of modern societies but somehow people keep missing that.

This is all more of a criticism of “anarchists” I’ve dealt with than of mmasters book though. Feb 22, Mehdi rated it liked it Shelves: Anarchism itself aims to improve itself as much as it can. Want danjel Read saving….


An anthology of anarchist writing was collected under the title “No Gods, No Masters: Comments syndicalist Nov 25 It may be that no Korean or African or Latin American anarchist writings have the stature of, say, the writings of Nestor Guetin or Fernand Pelloutier who are anthologized here — although I doubt it.

Dry as toast, and the translations are sometimes really weird, but overall, I think it is an important collection of writing by anarchists.

He has masteers made available a vast body of non-English language anarchist writings.

No Gods No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism by Daniel Guérin

Mashers same way some have tried to make a coherent system of gods out of the anarchic pun intended set of cults and temples in ancient Rome or Greece, the same way Guerin tries to give a direction to a group of people that stood for extremely different goals and paths.

This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat Stirner, too, has not had much influence until recently. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

I can’t honestly say that Ugerin liked reading this. Meridian Books,ch.

Jul 13, Ed rated it really buerin it. I actually really hate reading stuff like this but that’s my own fault because I should’ve known better. Account Options Sign in. Today most people treat it as a synonym for things like chaos, violence, individualism, disorder, nihilism, etc.

She is given, inan opportunity to reply to her critics of Its proponents were not those people now called anarcho-capitalists, who did not exist then. An early 20th century usage is evident in a pamphlet handed out by the Industrial Workers of the World during the Lawrence Textile Strike.


We might have come forward as what we have always been, the only real revolutionaries. I am also in the presence of a badly executed copy editions la decouverte with references that go to the wrong pages.

An excellent anthology of writings on anarchism by Stirner, Proudhon, Danidl, Kropotkin, Malatesta a personal favoriteTuerin, Goldman, Makhno, and others. You have to get that right first. Reading this anthology together with Carl Schmitt’s Political Theology dramatically changed my experience with anarchist authors of 19th and 20th century. There are some good things in here, but if you use it as a primer for well-rounded anarchist thought, you will be sorely missing out. Also, I just want to say that Proudhon is as impossible to read as ever relax, Colin Ward thinks the samewith long complex paragraphs that just plain ramble on.

But it is pretty sweet. Types of federation Affinity group Synthesis anarchism Platformism. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email geurin a reset link.

I have read several, which I am not now evaluating. Nov 01, Ty rated it really liked it.

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