The System of Economic Contradictions  

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"For God is stupidity and cowardice; God is hypocrisy and falsehood; God is tyranny and misery; God is evil."

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Système des contradictions économiques ou Philosophie de la misère (1846, The System of Economic Contradictions, or The Philosophy of Poverty) is a text by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

It prompted a book-length critique from Karl Marx entitled The Poverty of Philosophy, commencing a rift between Marxists and anarchists that lasts to this day.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: The hypothesis of a God
  • Chapter I: Of the Economic Science
  • Chapter II: Opposition of value in USE and value in EXCHANGE
  • Chapter III: Economic Evolutions. — First Period. — The Division of Labor
  • Chapter IV: Second Period. — Machinery
  • Chapter V: Third Period. — Competition
  • Chapter VI: Fourth Period. — Monopoly
  • Chapter VII: Fifth Period. — Police, Or Taxation
  • Chapter VIII: Of the Responsibility of Man and Of God, Under the Law of Contradiction, Or a Solution of the Problem of Providence

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