O texto analisa a construção de uma linha científica pelo grupo dos geógrafos anarquistas ativos entre os séculos XIX e XX, cujos representantes mais célebres foram Elisée Reclus e Pëtr Kropotkin. Os membros dessa rede eram ao mesmo tempo intelectuais e militantes, e a originalidade da sua elaboração científica destaca-se em relação à ciência da época. Interessados também em disciplinas como a sociologia, a antropologia e a pedagogia, utilizavam as ferramentas científicas das maiores correntes intelectuais do momento, como o positivismo, e sobretudo o evolucionismo, tentando levá-las a conclusões diferentes, que não justificassem as desigualdades sociais, mas, ao contrário, fossem úteis para a construção de uma sociedade mais justa.

This text examines the construction of a line of scientific thinking by a group of anarchist geographers who were active in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, most famously represented by Elisée Reclus and Pëtr Kropotkin. The members of this network were simultaneously intellectuals and activists, and the originality of their scientific production stands out in comparison with the science of that time. They were also interested in disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, and pedagogy, and used the scientific tools from the leading intellectual trains of thought of that era (such as positivism and especially evolutionism) in an attempt to reach different conclusions that did not justify social inequalities, but rather could be used to construct a fairer society.

Evolução e Revolução: os geógrafos anarquistas Elisée Reclus e Petr Kropotkin e sua relação com a ciência moderna (séculos XIX e XX)

Ferretti F.
2018

Abstract

This text examines the construction of a line of scientific thinking by a group of anarchist geographers who were active in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, most famously represented by Elisée Reclus and Pëtr Kropotkin. The members of this network were simultaneously intellectuals and activists, and the originality of their scientific production stands out in comparison with the science of that time. They were also interested in disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, and pedagogy, and used the scientific tools from the leading intellectual trains of thought of that era (such as positivism and especially evolutionism) in an attempt to reach different conclusions that did not justify social inequalities, but rather could be used to construct a fairer society.
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