Augustyn Wróblewski

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Augustyn Wroblewski
Born (1866-07-20)20 July 1866
Vilnius, Russian Empire
Died 20 July 1913(1913-07-20) (aged 47)
Warsaw, Russian Empire
Era 19th-century philosophy
Region Western Philosophy
School Socialism, Anarchism
Main interests
Anarcho-syndicalism, Cooperativism, Authority, Poverty, Social justice, Ethics, Esthetics

Augustyn Wroblewski, of Ślepowron coat of arms (born 20 July 1866 in Vilnius, died after 1913) - Polish chemist and biochemist, author of the groundbreaking work in the field of yeast fermentation, theorist and proponent of anarchism, an activist in socialist organizations, journalist, lecturer at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.

Along with Marceli Nencki and Jakub Parnas is one of the most outstanding Polish biochemists. Together with Edward Abramowski, considered one of the classics of Polish anarchist thought.

The title page of the 1911 edition of Red Religion (Czerwona Religia), a project of an atheist, ethico-religious system of organising a society in the spirit of left-wing politics.

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