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"Proudhon in exile". The influence of Proudhon’s thought on Fuorusciti Italian in France (1920’s and 1930’s)
Journal Title: SOCIETÀ E STORIA  
Author/s: Deborah Paci 
Year:  2011 Issue: 131 Language: Italian 
Pages:  28 Pg. 104-131 FullText PDF:  716 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SS2011-001004
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The author analyses the success of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon among other exiled Italian anti-Fascists in France between the two world wars, by considering the interpretation of Proudhon’s thought by Russian sociologist Georges Gurvitch. It was due to Gurvitch if Italian anti-Fascists - Fuorusciti - like Andrea Caffi and Silvio Trentin - Proudhonian theories of "Economic Law" were accepted. Gurvitch’s notion of "Social Law" (reworking of proudhonian "Economic Law") is seen as the only normative principle that equally governs society making a condition of balance in conflict . "Social Law" has had a great influence on anti-Totalitarian culture that has moved in the Giellisti circles. The author explains the various insights expressed by Fuorusciti inquiring about their writings tracing theoretical references in Proudhonian texts and L’Idée du Droit social by Gurvitch.
Keywords: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Georges Gurvitch, sociology of law, social law, Italian Fuorusciti, federalism

Deborah Paci, "Proudhon in exile". The influence of Proudhon’s thought on Fuorusciti Italian in France (1920’s and 1930’s) in "SOCIETÀ E STORIA " 131/2011, pp. 104-131, DOI:10.3280/SS2011-001004

   

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