Émile Gautier

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Émile Jean-Marie Gautier (19 January 1853 – 1937) was a French anarchist and later a journalist.wikipedia
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Peter Kropotkin

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Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Marie Le Compte.
Other delegates included Marie Le Compte, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel, Nicholas Tchaikovsky and Émile Gautier.

Errico Malatesta

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Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Marie Le Compte.
Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Francesco Saverio Merlino, Marie Le Compte, Louise Michel and Émile Gautier.

Francesco Saverio Merlino

Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Marie Le Compte.
Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Marie Le Compte, Louise Michel and Émile Gautier.

Marie Le Compte

Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Marie Le Compte.
Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Émile Gautier.

Louise Michel

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Other delegates included Peter Kropotkin, Errico Malatesta, Saverio Merlino, Louise Michel and Marie Le Compte.
The Manifesto had been signed by Peter Kropotkin, Émile Gautier, Joseph Bernard, Pierre Martin (anarchist) and Toussaint Bordat.

Social Darwinism

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He coined the term "social Darwinism".
The social Darwinism term first appeared in Europe in 1880, the journalist Emilie Gautier had coined the term with reference to a health conference in Berlin 1877.

Anarchism

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Émile Jean-Marie Gautier (19 January 1853 – 1937) was a French anarchist and later a journalist.

Jules Vallès

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He became a disciple of Jules Vallès.

L'Écho de Paris

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He worked at various newspapers, including L'Écho de Paris, where he met Octave Mirbeau, and Le Figaro, where he published "documentary chronicles".

Octave Mirbeau

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He worked at various newspapers, including L'Écho de Paris, where he met Octave Mirbeau, and Le Figaro, where he published "documentary chronicles".

Le Figaro

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He worked at various newspapers, including L'Écho de Paris, where he met Octave Mirbeau, and Le Figaro, where he published "documentary chronicles".

Gautier (surname)

Émile Gautier (1853–1937), anarchist and later a journalist

Brian Stableford

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Spawn of the Penitentiary (2013) (Fleur de Bagne (1902) by Marie-François Goron & Emile Gautier) ISBN: 978-1-61227-137-8