communist anarchism


communist anarchism
пол. коммунистический анархизм (направление анархизма, виднейшим теоретиком которого является П. А. Кропоткин; в основе лежит "биосоциологический закон взаимной помощи", согласно которому естественным является стремление людей к сотрудничеству, а не к борьбе друг с другом; переход к федерации свободных коммун, базирующихся на коммунистических принципах производства и распределения продуктов, возможен лишь через революционное разрушение всего того, что разъединяет людей — государственной власти и частной собственности)
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anarhist communism
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