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Armand was born in Paris on 26 March He was a son of a participant of the Paris Commune. At first, he embraced Christianity through the Salvation Army then became an atheist. Around —, Armand discovered anarchism through coming into contact with the magazine Les Temps nouveaux which was edited by Jean Grave. These principles he sought to apply within the social experimental spaces, events and communes that anarchist groups in the France of the time called milieux libres. From on, Armand wrote Causeries populaires and started a publishing and writing partnership with the important individualist anarchist Albert Libertad.

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But I did love the way he described anarchists, who are above all, free human beings in search of knowledge, freedom to act according to their own nature and ideas, and who want to trascend the mass of people who dont think, dont feel, dont live. Very advisable to understand the roots of individual anarchism, to understand its philosophy and to show why this way of thought that also trascends politics has been so sharply attacked, judged and criticized and specially distorted so that it was seen as something dangerous and extremist and the human being can be subjected to a society that does not respect freedom, difference, and lifes developed far of the canon imposed.

It may seem extremely dangerous to think different, but it is definitely the best decision a human being can take in life. Anarchism is the most beautiful way of thought and action I have ever known, it is, indeed, the essence of my soul as a free being: respect, equality and freedom among human beings. So I recommend this book not only to those ones who want to learn more on anarchism or feel part of this philosophy yes, philosophy , but also to those ones who are curious, want to discover other ways to live and experience life and above all, who want to fight to be free.

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