Bakuninism


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Bakuninism

a 19th-century theory of revolution in opposition to that of Karl Marx, advocating atheism, destruction of central government, and extreme individualism. Also called autonomism.
See also: Communism
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7) From exile a number of Lenin's opponents renewed their campaign to discredit Bolshevism through analogies with Bakuninism.
One explanation for Woodcock's turn against forms of anarchism he identified with Bakuninism might be the disappointment that followed the crushing of the Spanish Revolution.
For example there was a rich revolutionary tradition within the French labour movement, which exhibited a variety of ideological trends of a revolutionary kind apart from syndicalism, namely Proudhonism, Bakuninism, Blanquisim, Marxism, and Allemanism.