Definition of Bakunin
1. Noun. Russian anarchist; ally and later opponent of Karl Marx (1814-1876).
Generic synonyms: Anarchist, Nihilist, Syndicalist
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Literary usage of Bakunin
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1. The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1919)
"It is true that in 1862 Bakunin continued to wonder whether the tsar would not ... Herzen cherished like aspirations, and Bakunin shared such a plan with ..."
2. The Birth of the Russian Democracy by Arkady Joseph Sack (1918)
"That night Bakunin was arrested and given over to the Prussians. Bakunin was imprisoned in the fortress of Koenigstein in Saxony. ..."
3. Russia Before and After the War by Julius Wilhelm Albert von Eckardt (1880)
"MICHAEL Bakunin AND RADICALISM. Bakunin's birth and education—Reactionary regime after the conspiracy of December 1825—Popularity of revolutionary ..."
4. Socialism and Character by Vida Dutton Scudder (1912)
"II In the year 1871 an interesting discussion, recorded in the pages of a quaint old pamphlet, was carried on between Giuseppe Mazzini and Michael Bakunin. ..."
5. Anarchism: A Criticism and History of the Anarchist Theory by Ernst Victor Zenker (1897)
"Bakunin. Russia traces of Anarchist views are found as far back as the stormy period of 1848-49. The extent of poverty, both mental and material, ..."
6. Modern Russian History: Being an Authoritative and Detailed History of by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kornilov (1917)
"But since even Bakunin acknowledged before his death (1876) that it was necessary to engage in preparatory work, the party proposed (2) agitational activity ..."