The Classics


The Soul of Man Under Socialism 

by Oscar Wilde 1891

The chief advantage that would result from the establishment of Socialism is, undoubtedly, the fact that Socialism would relieve us from that sordid necessity of living for others which, in the present condition of things, presses so hardly upon almost everybody. In fact, scarcely anyone at all escapes ...Read More

An Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment?

by Immanuel Kant 1784

Enlightenment is the human being’s emergence from his self-incurred minority. Minority is inability to make use of one’s own understanding without direction from another. This minority is self-incurred when its cause lies not in lack of understanding but in lack of resolution and courage to use it without direction from another. Sapere aude! [dare to be wise] Have courage to make use of your own understanding! is thus the motto of enlightenment ...Read More

Selected Texts on Anarchism

  • Apropos Of Working-Class Political Action by International Workingmen's Association 1871
  • On Authority by Frederick Engels 1872
  • The Social-Democrats and Electoral Agreements by Vladimir Lenin 1906
  • The War and Russian Social-Democracy by Vladimir Lenin 1914
  • The Second Congress Of The Communist International by Vladimir Lenin 1920
  • The Second All-Russia Congress of Miners by Vladimir Lenin 1921
  • A Letter to the German Communists by Vladimir Lenin 1921