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Anarchism

What

Anarchy literally means 'without rulers'. Anarchism I think of as a political philosophy meaning 'avoiding all unnecessary hierarchy'.

anarchism represents a theorisation of how society can be structured to enable [[liberty]] and [[solidarity]], a society based on the principle of [[mutual aid]], where the needs of all are met through [[cooperation]] and the [[sharing of resources]].

– [[Anarchist Cybernetics]]

Real political change comes from below and from many points, not from above and from a center. "The anarchist alternative is that of fragmentation, fission rather than fusion, diversity rather than unity, a mass of societies rather than a mass society."

– [[Is Post-Structuralist Political Theory Anarchist?]]

It is also not a form of amoralism. By refusing to submit to an ideal of β€œthe good,” anarchism does not reject morality.

– [[Is Post-Structuralist Political Theory Anarchist?]]

Nonetheless, anarchism has always been centrally concerned with self-organisation, with how groups of people can collectively govern themselves and make decisions about how they want to exist as a community.

– [[Anarchist Cybernetics]]

History

Anarchism emerged in the 19th century.

Anarchism emerged, as Ruth Kinna and Alex Prichard argue, in the 19th century, from a critique of [[slavery]] and [[private property]], and how both were made possible by the [[state]].

– [[Anarchist Cybernetics]]

Cricicism

Anarchism is often dismissed in the same terms as [[post-structuralism]] for being an ethical relativism or a voluntarist chaos.

– [[Is Post-Structuralist Political Theory Anarchist?]]

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Anarchism

What

Anarchy literally means 'without rulers'. Anarchism I think of as a political philosophy meaning 'avoiding all unnecessary hierarchy'.

anarchism represents a theorisation of how society can be structured to enable [[liberty]] and [[solidarity]], a society based on the principle of [[mutual aid]], where the needs of all are met through [[cooperation]] and the [[sharing of resources]].

– [[Anarchist Cybernetics]]

History

Anarchism emerged in the 19th century.

Anarchism emerged, as Ruth Kinna and Alex Prichard argue, in the 19th century, from a critique of [[slavery]] and [[private property]], and how both were made possible by the [[state]].

– [[Anarchist Cybernetics]]

Criticism

Anarchism is often dismissed in the same terms as [[post-structuralism]] for being an ethical relativism or a voluntarist chaos.

– [[Is Post-Structuralist Political Theory Anarchist?]]

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