The Icarians

Only a free individual can live in the unbound state of community where property is not the defining factor in social relations. But how often can one see youthful aspirations and ideals be transformed to a pity state of mind in which the private sphere defines the limits of one’s tolerance and of one’s social place. Proudhon stated that property is theft, and the bourgeois ownership and family are the greatest thieves of hearts.

The Icarians

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