February 17th: Last month I suggested that there was good reason to believe that we were witnessing the birth of the ‘mutual millennium’.
February 15th: Part Two of Iain McKay’s summary analysis looks at the thinker’s key works and impact as a political philosopher.
February 13th: While Peter Kropotkin is today best remembered as a leading anarchist thinker, one of the most persuasive advocates of anarchist communism, we should not forget that he was also a world-renown scientist, a geographer who revolutionised our understanding of the physical features of Asia.
#WhereAreThey: Remembering the lives of those who perished trying to reach Europe on February 9, 2020
February 11th: At 04.09am on February 9, 2020, the distress hotline Alarm Phone received a call, a call that was initially no different than the dozens of others the organization receives each year.
February 8th: The centenary of Kropotkin’s death is a good time to return to the question he asked in Freedom in 1886: what must we do?
February 6th: Continuing our multi-part series marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Peter Kropotkin, this January 1887 article is one of his better-known essays, and indeed lends the title of Freedom’s book of selected articles.
February 1st: Next up in our multi-part series marking the upcoming 100th anniversary of the death of Peter Kropotkin, this article July 1887 article considers the ways in which limited socialist visions are doomed to failure.
January 31st: Two books are on the black desk of my teenage bedroom.
January 30th: The first of a multi-part series marking the upcoming 100th anniversary of the death of famed anarchist philosopher Peter Kropotkin, this article was among his first for Freedom, written in November 1886.