آنارکو کمونیسم

از ویکی‌پدیا، دانشنامهٔ آزاد
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آنارکو کمونیسم، که از آن با عنوان‌های کمونیسم آنارشیستی،[۱] آنارشیسم کمونیستی،[۲][۳] کمونیسم آزاد و کمونیسم لیبرتارین نیز یاد می‌شود[۴][۵][۶][۷][۸] فلسفه‌ای سیاسی و یکی از مکاتب فکری آنارشیستی است که مدافع الغاء دولت، سرمایه‌داری، دستمزد کارگری و مالکیت خصوصی است (ضمن احترام به دارایی شخصی، همراه با کالاها و خدمات تحت مالکیت جمعی).

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منابع[ویرایش]

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  2. "The Schism Between Individualist and Communist Anarchism" by Wendy McElroy.
  3. "Anarchist communism is also known as anarcho-communism, communist anarchism, or, sometimes, libertarian communism". "Anarchist communism - an introduction" by Jacques Roux.
  4. According to anarchist historian Max Nettlau, the first use of the term "libertarian communism" was in November 1880, when a French anarchist congress employed it to more clearly identify its doctrines. Nettlau, Max (1996). A Short History of Anarchism. Freedom Press. p. 145. ISBN 978-0-900384-89-9.
  5. "Anarchist communism is also known as anarcho-communism, communist anarchism, or, sometimes, libertarian communism". "Anarchist communism - an introduction" by Libcom.org.
  6. "The terms libertarian communism and anarchist communism thus became synonymous within the international anarchist movement as a result of the close connection they had in Spain (with libertarian communism becoming the prevalent term)". "Anarchist Communism & Libertarian Communism" by Gruppo Comunista Anarchico di Firenze. from "L'informatore di parte", No.4, October 1979, quarterly journal of the Gruppo Comunista Anarchico di Firenze.
  7. "The 'Manifesto of Libertarian Communism' was written in 1953 by Georges Fontenis for the Federation Communiste Libertaire of France. It is one of the key texts of the anarchist-communist current". "Manifesto of Libertarian Communism" by Georges Fontenis.
  8. "In 1926 a group of exiled Russian anarchists in France, the Delo Truda (Workers' Cause) group, published this pamphlet. It arose not from some academic study but from their experiences in the 1917 Russian revolution". "The Organizational Platform of the Libertarian Communists" by Delo Truda.