Arthur Lehning

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Arthur Lehning

Paul Arthur Müller-Lehning (23 October 1899 in Utrecht – 1 January 2000 in Lys-Saint-Georges) was a Dutch author, historian and anarchist.

Arthur Lehning wrote noted French translations of Mikhail Bakunin. In 1992 he won the Gouden Ganzenveer,[1] and in 1999 the P. C. Hooft Award. In 1976 Arthur Lehning delivered the Huizinga Lecture, under the title: Over vrijheid en gelijkheid (On liberty and equality).

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  1. ^ "Laureaten De Gouden Ganzenveer vanaf 1955". Stichting De Gouden Ganzenveer. 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-28.