Definition of Mikhail Bakunin
1. Noun. Russian anarchist; ally and later opponent of Karl Marx (1814-1876).
Generic synonyms: Anarchist, Nihilist, Syndicalist
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1. Europe Since 1870 by Edward Raymond Turner (1921)
"Other social doctrines: anarchism Mikhail Bakunin by the teachings of his associate Engels, and by the labors of disciples, notable among whom was the ..."
2. Guide to the Boris I. Nicolaevsky Collection in the Hoover Institution Archives by Anna M. Bourguina, Michael Jakobson (1989)
"... 1929 27 Deutsch, Otto Erich (re Mikhail Bakunin and Aleksandr Gertsen), ... 1950-1956 38 Dommanget, Maurice (re Mikhail Bakunin and Auguste Blanqui), ..."
3. Modern Russian History: Being an Authoritative and Detailed History of by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kornilov (1916)
"The members of the circle of Stankevich were attracted more by Fichte, however, especially one of them, Mikhail Bakunin, who although he received only a ..."
4. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1904)
"This school of anarchy was founded by Mikhail Bakunin (qv), and may be regarded as an outgrowth of the International Workingmen's Association, ..."
5. Missionary Review of the World by James Lutzweiler (1901)
"... the Russian poet and novelist (1818-1883), but Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1872) is called the Father of Nihilism, of the militant type, as Hertzen is of the ..."
6. Russian Literature by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (1905)
"As to Mikhail Bakunin (1824-1876), die other great friend of Herzen, his work belongs chiefly to the International Working Men's Association, and hardly can ..."
7. Great Debates in American History: From the Debates in the British by United States Congress, Marion Mills Miller, Great Britain Parliament (1913)
"Mikhail Bakunin [1814-1876] developed Proudhon's theory into that of the cooperative commonwealth. Indeed, for a time he worked with Marx for its ..."