[ buh-koo-nyin ]
/ bʌˈku nyɪn /
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Mi·kha·il A·le·ksan·dro·vich [myi-khuh-yeeluh-lyi-ksahn-druh-vyich], /myɪ xʌˈyil ʌ lyɪˈksɑn drə vyɪtʃ/, 1814–76, Russian anarchist and writer.
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How to use Bakunin in a sentence
Bakunin wrote a number of works of a philosophical and political nature.
Bakunin designates his teaching about law, the State, and property as "Anarchism."
Writings which cannot with certainty be assigned to Bakunin are here disregarded.
According to Bakunin and Kropotkin, in future only unenacted law will exist.
Bakunin was more in unison with the troubled spirit of the times.Contemporary Socialism|John Rae
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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