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PostSubject: Classic Anarchism   Fri Dec 12, 2008 11:11 am

My definition of anarchism goes as the following:

A reality where families set up a social structure but where there is no king, legislature, court, army and police force.

There are generally understood rights and obligations, but no way to enforce them.

When individuals or families come into conflict then it is up to them to settle their differences.


By understanding this definition could we not say that anarchism historically has existed within our history?

I would be interested in hearing other people's definition.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic Anarchism   Sun Dec 14, 2008 4:08 pm

My definition is here.

Anarachy: according to Wikipedia.

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from Greek: αναρχία anarchía, "without ruler"


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My definition of anarchism goes as the following:

A reality where families set up a social structure but where there is no king, legislature, court, army and police force.

There are generally understood rights and obligations, but no way to enforce them.

When individuals or families come into conflict then it is up to them to settle their differences.


By understanding this definition could we not say that anarchism historically has existed within our history?

I would be interested in hearing other people's definition.
I wonder, The Fool, within the family, is not the Father King? -- is not the mother Queen?
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PostSubject: Re: Classic Anarchism   Tue Dec 16, 2008 6:51 am

Unreasonable wrote:
My definition is here.
Anarachy: according to Wikipedia.
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from Greek: αναρχία anarchía, "without ruler"
The Fool wrote:
My definition of anarchism goes as the following:
A reality where families set up a social structure but where there is no king, legislature, court, army and police force.
There are generally understood rights and obligations, but no way to enforce them.
When individuals or families come into conflict then it is up to them to settle their differences.
By understanding this definition could we not say that anarchism historically has existed within our history?
I would be interested in hearing other people's definition.
I wonder, The Fool, within the family, is not the Father King? -- is not the mother Queen?
My definition of anarchy is:

Do not submit to any other, do not force any other to submit to you. (God may be an exception in this; or probably the rule.)

The Fool, the family is not the most basic unit for anarchy, it is the individual, or even some smaller part (nothing),

"35For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.

36And a man's foes shall be they of his own household.

37He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me."

Matthew 10:35-37


Anarchy is existentialism written for politics. It involves a dedevelopment or deconstruction of primarilly physical space, but also some thinking (the destruction and control of space is more important than the blanking of minds, because without the tokens of the world, no one will remember to be neurotic. A neurotic is unstable, not an object for the system).

Anarchism assumes that human nature is good. Everyone is innocent; respecting his crimes, he would have done otherwise if he had known better.

Anarchism has several versions, socialist, egoist, green, primitivist, pacifist, violent, Christian, atheist... etc. What they have in common is a following of the principal of not encumbering other wills.

Anarchism should be associated with the major anarchist writers, and also those who are one or just a few degrees different.

Unreasonable, anarchism being pre-family, it is also of course pre-monarchy. Anarchism starts at the level of the animal; this is expressed perfectly in the Indian treatment of the cow. Life or nothing are the starting point of anarchism.

Anarchism has existed on earth, many times and every day, but the global anarchic revolution has no historicity, it is seriously in question of ever happening, it being the end of anarchist historicism.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic Anarchism   Tue Dec 16, 2008 3:26 pm

That is all true Alexi, but you must consider where Individuality begins and ends.

Are we not born as dependent children, all of us, clinging to the teats of our mothers, emulating the actions of our fathers?

Then, we play the part of "humans" perfectly.
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PostSubject: Re: Classic Anarchism   Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:34 pm

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"You say the government exists because general people cannot govern themselves, if that is true how can anyone be entitled to govern others?"

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