Pluralism on and Off Course by Stanislaw Ehrlich

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He elaborated this thesis in his works to state that all manifestations of social life originated in 62 society. The individual is a social individual. The utilitarians did not draw proper conclusions from the data accumulated by anthropologists and historians and concerned with the role of social regulation, the role of social norm-setting, accepted by individuals for various reasons, and in recent times, with the incessantly expanding interference by the public authority. This was why Dürkheim dedicated so much space in his writings not only to morals (differentiated according to social groups), but also to law and to other normative systems.

At that time federalism (specifically interpreted by him) and socialism were synonymous for Proudhon. Whatever interpretation we adopt we have to admit, in view of the permanence of federations and their Pluralism On and Off Course 24 modern development, that de Tocqueville foresaw the trends inherent in political institutions. We may conclude by saying that Proudhon treated every organizational form aimed at political centralism as a federation. His federalism was inseparably connected with mutual guarantees by members of a given federation {garautisme, mutuellisme).

Pelloutier expounded his views most completely in Histoire des Bourses du Travail (1902), published after his death. Like Proudhon and Bakunin, he rejected the participation of political parties in the revolution, which was for him, too, societal and not political in nature. He considered corporate groups, which he identified with free unions (syndicates), to be the basic units 95 of a future federalist society. Kropotkin worked in the same spirit, as he saw the future of anarchism in the labour union movement on a mass scale.

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