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You think this is a slight against man? If anything the guy gets steam punk points. The rest of that writing just demonstrates that Proudhon lived in the 19th century. You can get similar limitations with ANYONE who is distanced enough in time. You also don't seem to get that people like Wilbur(and to a lesser extant myself) are interested in the discursive STRUCTURE of Proudhon beyond the life of the author not his acute 19th century context positions.

In regards to Marx, he had his 19th century flaws to being a dumbass hegelian. But he ALSO suffers from structural failures when it comes to anything anti-authoritarian or anti-state.