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Sorry he just was. For one thing he ended up being key figure in scientific managed states through his fetish for scientific solutions. If you support the state as a means to an end you are a statist, no getting around this. Proudhon and his derivatives rightfully put the emphasis on statism and not capitalism. When it comes to the wither away, it should be capital and not state that you count on withering away as those forces represent more marginal human affairs that you can take on or reject on marginal levels. If a state is still in play it will not wither away.