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What Is Property

By Proudhon, Pierre Joseph

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Title: What Is Property  
Author: Proudhon, Pierre Joseph
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Proudhon, J. P. (n.d.). What Is Property. Retrieved from http://www.worldpubliclibrary.org/


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LABOR AS THE EFFICIENT CAUSE OF THE DOMAIN OF PROPERTY: 1. The Land cannot be appropriated. -- 2. Universal Consent no Justification of Property. -- 3. Prescription gives no Title to Property. -- 4. Labor. -- That Labor has no Inherent Power to appropriate Natural Wealth. -- 5. That Labor leads to Equality of Property. -- 6. That in Society all Wages are Equal. -- 7. That Inequality of Powers is the Necessary Condition of Equality of Fortunes. -- 8. That, from the stand-point of Justice, Labor destroys Property.

Table of Contents
CONTENTS. P. J. PROUDHON: HIS LIFE AND HIS WORKS PREFACE FIRST MEMOIR CHAPTER I. METHOD PURSUED IN THIS WORK.--THE IDEA OF A REVOLUTION CHAPTER II. PROPERTY CONSIDERED AS A NATURAL RIGHT.--OCCUPATION AND CIVIL LAW AS EFFICIENT BASES OF PROPERTY.--DEFINITIONS % 1. Property as a Natural Right.

 

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