The Poverty of Philosophy


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(3.7 stars; 9 reviews)

This work is a scathing criticism of the economic and philosophical arguments of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's The Philosophy of Poverty. (Summary by TriciaG) (6 hr 24 min)

Chapters

Introduction 43:22 Read by Tray
Chapter 1, Section 1 26:21 Read by Tray
Chapter 1, Section 2 54:17 Read by Tray
Chapter 1, Section 3 51:41 Read by Tray
Chapter 2, Section 1 48:08 Read by Tray
Chapter 2, Section 2 37:15 Read by Tray
Chapter 2, Section 3 18:32 Read by Tray
Chapter 2, Section 4 25:01 Read by Tray
Chapter 2, Section 5 17:40 Read by Tray
Appendix I 19:07 Read by Tray
Appendix II 8:45 Read by Tray
Appendix III 34:36 Read by Tray

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

Any excellent read. it gave me a new understanding of Marx economics. So much easier to listen to than his other substantial works. Marx surprisingly favourable quote from Adam Smith and other economist of the day. i didn't agree with all his points but his criticisms of the French Anarchists Economist are very relivant to the Neo Liberal Economics being taken up by most western countries in pour present times.

Pronunciation


(1 stars)

I appreciate the narrator's effort, and never thought mispronunciation and enunciation would be annoying but here, it is. Correctly pronouncing French, German, etc. would be appreciated, as would English, and correct cadence, enunciation of syllables (not syLAbles), pauses at commas, rather than in the middle of phrases, etc. I think I'd rather read the text instead.