Anarchism: Philosophy & Praxis — A Bibliography Reply

By Patrick S. O’Donnell
This bibliography has two conspicuous constraints: books, in English. While not exhaustive, it is nonetheless intended to be fairly comprehensive. I have included works on social movements,
groups and organizations that may not be avowedly “anarchist” yet display many if not most of the ideological and behavioral features we have come to identify as “anarchist.” I have
not included the bulk of titles involving the theoretical application of a few anarchist ideas to topics in epistemology (or, for that matter, most areas of philosophy other than political philosophy and philosophy of education or pedagogy) and literary theory, nor will one find works of fiction that treat with intelligence and sympathy anarchist themes. I welcome suggestions for updated versions of this compilation.

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