Edited and introduced by George Woodcock, this book brings together many previously unpublished articles on mutual aid and the selective pressure of the environment on species development.
Divided into two sections, "Modern Science and Anarchism" and "Thoughts on Evolution," this volume illustrates the conjunction of science and anarchism in Kropotkin's life. The essays look to a wider understanding of the world as environment together with human influence, rather than the strict Hegelian dialectical determinism of humanistically influenced Marxism.
Book, 225 Pages
Autor*innen: Hans Cousto
Autor*innen: Jacques Ranciere
Autor*innen: Stephan Kaufmann; Ingo Stützle