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  • Anarchism Books in this subject area deal with anarchism, a politicial ideology advocating stateless societies.
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  • Annotations to The Autobiography of a Catholic Anarchist Unknown completion Láadan In subsections: Subsections Anarchism Featured Books In subsections:
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  • Anarchism is defined as the abolition of the state, and the end of the state. Anarchist society is a way to organize relations among people. It refers
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  • kills people.", "Anarchism will result in greater freedom, obviously" - just a quote from the first page) and is a copy (Anarchism:FAQA2) of another
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  • ecological Armageddon, or a descent into urban savagery - or all of the above. Anarchism offers a unified and coherent way of making sense of these crises, by
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  • Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the absence of a master, of a sovereign." In other words, anarchism is a political theory
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  • on the history of anarchism might be made NPOV, though it would require somebody who cares enough to contribute to a work on anarchism who isn't an anarchist
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  • Where does anarchism come from? We can do no better than quote The Organisational Platform of the Libertarian Communists produced by participants of the
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  • To quote Peter Kropotkin, Anarchism is "the no-government system of socialism." In other words, "the abolition of exploitation and oppression of man
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  • freedom. No one has a "right" to rule others. As Malatesta points out, anarchism supports "freedom for everybody . . . with the only limit of the equal
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  • These words by Percy Bysshe Shelley gives an idea of what anarchism stands for in practice and what ideals drive it: The manOf virtuous soul commands
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  • Many anarchists, seeing the negative nature of the definition of "anarchism," have used other terms to emphasise the inherently positive and constructive
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  • (see section B.1 for more on this distinction). In a nutshell, then, anarchism is anti-authoritarianism. Anarchists are anti-authoritarians because they
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  • without a government," as can be seen, the strict, original meaning of anarchism was not simply "no government." "An-archy" means "without a ruler," or
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  • What anarchy is a simple question; just life, the point is; what it is not. Anarchy is not the vandalism by loading arms or explosives as in the chaotic
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  • Anarchist FAQ (category Anarchism)
    anarchism?  (Jun 22, 2008) A.1.1 What does "anarchy" mean?  (Jun 22, 2008) A.1.2 What does "anarchism" mean?  (Jun 22, 2008) A.1.3 Why is anarchism also
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  • Yes. All branches of anarchism are opposed to capitalism. This is because capitalism is based upon oppression and exploitation (see sections B and C)
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  • self-expression is a very fundamental and dominant trait." For this reason, anarchism "proposes to rescue the self-respect and independence of the individual
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  • A good place to start to answer this question might be The Cathedral and the Bazaar, a treatise by Eric S. Raymond, who considered theories of software
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  • types of anarchism are there? One thing that soon becomes clear to any one interested in anarchism is that there is not one single form of anarchism. Rather
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