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God and the State (called by its author "The Historical Sophisms of the Doctrinaire School of Communism") is an unfinished manuscript by the Russian anarchist philosopher Mikhail Bakunin, published posthumously in 1882. The work criticises Christianity and the then-burgeoning technocracy movement from a materialist, anarchist and individualist perspective. It has gone on to become Bakunin's most widely read and praised work.

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  • samuel ward
  • 15-09-2020

incredible!!!

where has this book been all my life. thoroughly destroys and ideas of legitimate hierarchy. a testament to true human freedom

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  • 19-07-2020

interesting perspective

though an atheist he is right about both the state and the church oppression of the people however instead of blaming people he seem to angry at a god he dosent believe in for it.

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