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[buh-koo-nyin] /bʌˈku nyɪn/
Mikhail Aleksandrovich
[myi-khuh-yeel uh-lyi-ksahn-druh-vyich] /myɪ xʌˈyil ʌ lyɪˈksɑn drə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA),
1814–76, Russian anarchist and writer. Unabridged
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  • The most impatient were the Anarchists, who grouped themselves around Bakunin.

    Russia Donald Mackenzie Wallace
  • Bakunin designates his teaching about law, the State, and property as "Anarchism."

    Anarchism Paul Eltzbacher
  • On September 28th, Bakunin tried to organise a riot at Lyons.

    Anarchism E. V. Zenker
  • Bakunin was more in unison with the troubled spirit of the times.

  • It was formerly thought that Bakunin was the author, but now it is pretty well agreed that it was Netschajew.

    Anarchism E. V. Zenker
  • Bakunin never had the time necessary to finish all the tasks he undertook.

    God and the State Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin
  • In his scorn for Bakunin's "Alliance" programme with its dogmatic atheism Marx was perfectly consistent.

    Socialism John Spargo
  • The influence of Stirner, with whom Bakunin was acquainted before 1840, must account for this.

    Anarchism E. V. Zenker
  • But here even his magnetic presence could not prevent the breach with Bakunin.

  • It is the most effective outbreak of Anarchism since the days of Bakunin.

British Dictionary definitions for Bakunin


/Russian baˈkunin/
Mikhail (mixaˈil). 1814–76, Russian anarchist and writer: a prominent member of the First International, expelled from it after conflicts with Marx
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