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In the News (Sun 26 May 19)

  
  What Anarchism Means To Me
Anarchism is my declaration of independence from corrupt and debauched systems which institutionalize the dominance and submission of the mind and conscience, pillaging the property of the peaceful and raping the human spirit.
Anarchism is my bill of rights; written by the finger of the benign life-force which forged time and space, day and night, male and female, and signed by those who believe that we are all worthy to draw in the same perpetual and impartial breath of the universe.
Anarchism is my profession of faith in the brotherhood of man. The fact that we are different is a fact that is honored among brothers, and a source of delight to those who are willing to learn from one another.
www.catfarmer.com /str/whatanarchismmeans.html   (1026 words)

  
  Anarchism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anarchism is a generic term describing various political philosophies and social movements that advocate the elimination of all forms of government, in favor of a society whose members interact on a voluntary basis.
Anarchism began to resurface in the 1880's and 1890's, and was a particular influence upon the Bourses de Travails of autonomous workers groups and trade unions.
Insurrectionary anarchism is not an ideological solution to all social problems, a commodity on the capitalist market of ideologies and opinions, but an on-going praxis aimed at putting an end to the domination of the state and the continuance of capitalism, which requires analysis and discussion to advance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anarchism   (8837 words)

  
 Anarchism - Wikipedia
Anarchism is a generic name given to theories and movements that call for the abolition of government and other forms of authority.
Anarchism is vast subject that touches a lot of topics.
Below are links to articles that discuss and argue various aspects of anarchism, from the points of view of anarchists of various trends, as well as of non-anarchists.
wikipedia.findthelinks.com /an/Anarchism.html   (372 words)

  
 Anarchism | treesong.org
At its fullest, anarchism is a comprehensive worldview that encompasses a critique of politics, economics, psychology, philosophy, and every other aspect of human activity while at the same time offering a radical reconstructive vision of society that resolves all of the above critiques.
Anarchism is a positive alternative to the prevailing misanthropy and hierarchy of pop culture and contemporary society.
Today anarchism is pushing the boundries of democracy and freedom, calling for governments,corporations, and other institutions to grant us ever-greater control of our own lives.
treesong.org /Anarchism   (957 words)

  
 Anarchism and bioregionalism
Implied in those views of anarchism is the belief that human nature is self-interested and uncooperative, and in the first instance human nature is usually seen as naturally violent.
Anarchism rejects these theories of human nature and government, and with minor (but notorious) exceptions, anarchism is different from the popular conceptions of the term.
The communalistic, egalitarian views of anarchism are combined with knowledge of the patterns and limits of the bioregion and a deep sense of identification with it.
www.uwosh.edu /faculty_staff/barnhill/ES_282/anarchism.html   (2078 words)

  
 Anarchism: It's Aims and Purposes - By Rudolf Rocker
Anarchism is a definite intellectual current in the life of our times, whose adherents advocate the abolition of economic monopolies and of all political and social coercive institutions within society.
Anarchism has in common with Liberalism the idea that the happiness and prosperity of the individual must be the standard of all social matters.
Anarchism is no patent solution for all human problems, no Utopia of a perfect social order, as it has so often been called, since on principle it rejects all absolute schemes and concepts.
www.lucyparsonsproject.org /anarchism/rocker_anarchosyndicalism.html   (5351 words)

  
 treesong.org / Anarchism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
At its fullest, anarchism is a comprehensive worldview that encompasses a critique of politics, economics, psychology, philosophy, and every other aspect of human activity while at the same time offering a radical reconstructive vision of society that resolves all of the above critiques.
Anarchism is a positive alternative to the prevailing misanthropy and hierarchy of pop culture and contemporary society.
Today anarchism is pushing the boundries of democracy and freedom, calling for governments,corporations, and other institutions to grant us ever-greater control of our own lives.
www.treesong.org /anarchism   (916 words)

  
 BlackCrayon.com: Library: Anarchist Quotations
Anarchism is the only philosophy which brings to man the consciousness of himself; which maintains that God, the State, and society are non-existent, that their promises are null and void, since they can be fulfilled only through man's subordination.
Anarchism does not repudiate the right of ownership, but it has a conception thereof sufficiently different from [others'] to include the possibility of an end of that social organization which will arise, not out of the ruins of government, but out of the transformation of government into voluntary association for defence.
Anarchism is grounded in a rather definite social-psychological hypothesis: that forceful, graceful and intelligent behaviour occurs only when there is an uncoerced and direct response to the physical and social environment; that in most human affairs, more harm than good results from compulsion, top-down direction, bureaucratic planning, pre-ordained curricula, jails, conscription, states.
www.blackcrayon.com /library/quotes   (2800 words)

  
 Workplace Diversity
Diversity is often interpreted to include dimensions which influence the identities and perspectives that people bring, such as profession, education, parental status and geographic location.
Diversity is about learning from others who are not the same, about dignity and respect for all, and about creating workplace environments and practices that encourage learning from others and capture the advantage of diverse perspectives.
This is a comprehensive guide to the diversity of literature on the left, with a primary emphasis on political, economic, social and culturally engaged scholarship inside and outside academia.
www.ilr.cornell.edu /library/research/subjectGuides/workplaceDiversity.html   (2424 words)

  
 IV. Recent Anarchism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
All the same, they inspired a new revival in anarchism as the "trademark A with the enclosing circle" could be found on the jackets of youths across the country.
Anarchism and feminism have shared much common history and a concern about individual freedom, equality and dignity for members of the female sex (although...
With a rapid decrease in biodiversity, deforestation of rainforests, poisoning of the oceans, upsetting global climate, destruction of the ozone layer, acid rain, massive air and ground pollution, and the fast reduction in water reservoirs, the environment is one thing that will not wait around for humans to solve their problems.
danawilliams2.tripod.com /anarchism4.html   (2392 words)

  
 Anarchism
This is new, at least in my experience of anarchism, and it is useful to recall that many anarchists as little as a decade back, perhaps even more recently, would have said that anarchism addresses everything, yes, of course, but via an anti-authoritarian focus rather than by simultaneously elevating other concepts in their own right.
It is perhaps premature to expect newly enlarging anarchism to produce from within a compelling vision of future religion, ethnic identification, or cultural community, or a future vision of kinship, sexuality, procreation, or socialization relations, or even a future vision of production, consumption, or allocation relations.
Indeed, I suspect that until there is a widespread component of anarchism that puts forth something positive and worthy regarding political goals, the negative component decrying all political structures and even all institutions will remain highly visible and will greatly reduce potential allegiance to anarchism.
zena.secureforum.com /znet/anarchism.htm   (1526 words)

  
 biology - Anarchism
Anarchism is a term which encompasses a variety of political philosophies, social movements, and political ideologies that advocate the abolition of all forms of imposed or involuntary authority including social hierarchy and coercive power.
Proponents of anarchism argue that relations based upon voluntary cooperation and mutual aid will lead to a society characterised by the ability of each actor to have a say in outcomes proportionate to the degree they are affected by them, a society consisting of free individuals
Individual freedom and opposition to the state are the unvarying principles of anarchism; less agreed upon are such matters as the role of violence in changing society, the preferred type of economic system, hierarchy and social status, the interpretation of egalitarian ideals, and the degree of organization, manner of incentive and the division of labour.
www.biologydaily.com /biology/Anarchism   (7186 words)

  
 Anarchism: Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
If you honestly value diversity, yet believe that it must be administered or doled out by a central authority, you anticipate that the one thing which is most capable of killing diversity, and...
Anarchism cannot but repudiate such a method of production: its goal is the freest possible expression of all the latent powers of the individual.
One to whom the making of a table, the building of a house, or the tilling of the soil, is what the painting is to the artist and the discovery to the scientist,--the result of inspiration, of intense longing, and deep interest in work as a creative force.
www.lycos.com /info/anarchism--society.html   (321 words)

  
 Anarchism Interview, Noam Chomsky interviewed by Ziga Vodovnik
I don’t think we have to work very hard to bring ordinary people in the US, who never heard of authentic anarchism, to help them come to the kind of understanding that young women from the farms and workers from the urban slums had from 1850s, also on their own.
In the mid 19 century when the workers in the mills, in Lowell and in Salem, were developing a very lively and active working class culture, I doubt that they knew anything about the Transcendentalists, who were right from the same neighborhood and about the same period.
ZV: Ordinary people often confuse anarchism with chaos and violence, and do not know that anarchism (an archos) doesn't mean life or state of things without rules, but rather a highly organized social order, life without a ruler, “principe”.
www.chomsky.info /interviews/20040714.htm   (3213 words)

  
 ANARCHISM.net: Green Anarchy
While anarchism can serve as an important historical reference point from which to draw inspiration and lessons, it has become too systematic, fixed, and ideological…everything anarchy is not.
Deep ecology, despite its misanthropic tendencies, informs the green anarchist perspective with an understanding that the well-being and flourishing of all life is linked to the awareness of the inherent worth and intrinsic value of the non-human world independent of use value.
Deep ecology’s appreciation for the richness and diversity of life contributes to the realization that the present human interference with the non-human world is coercive and excessive, with the situation rapidly worsening.
www.anarchism.net /schools_greenanarchy.htm   (5615 words)

  
 Anarchism?! - By Michael Albert
This is new, at least in my experience of anarchism, and it is useful to recall that many anarchists as little as a decade back, perhaps even more recently, would have said that anarchism addresses everything, yes, of course, but via an anti-authoritarian focus rather than by simultaneously elevating other concepts in their own right.
It is perhaps premature to expect newly enlarging anarchism to produce from within a compelling vision of future religion, ethnic identification, or cultural community, or a future vision of kinship, sexuality, procreation, or socialization relations, or even a future vision of production, consumption, or allocation relations.
Indeed, I suspect that until there is a widespread component of anarchism that puts forth something positive and worthy regarding political goals, the negative component decrying all political structures and even all institutions will remain highly visible and will greatly reduce potential allegiance to anarchism.
www.lucyparsonsproject.org /anarchism/albert_anarchism.html   (1550 words)

  
 NAAC - What Is Anarchism?
Anarchism is a political philosophy that embraces democracy and freedom, and seeks to destroy all forms of coercion and oppression.
Diversity is the key to survival in the future.
Diverse organization is not always efficient, but we must question the importance of efficiency.
naac.8m.com /whatisanarchism.html   (762 words)

  
 Social Anarchism/Free Women of Spain
Because she has a deep and full understanding of historical anarchism and a personal knowledge of current feminist discussions and theory, her book is a delightful weave of yesterday as applied to today.
She looks at anarchism from a feminist orientation, from a woman's perspective, and tells us how anarchist women dealt with the inherent sexism in the anarchist movement.
She helps us see where anarchism may fit into the debate by the literary deconstructionists and makes what happened in Spain relevant to that discussion.
library.nothingness.org /articles/all/all/display/365   (1191 words)

  
 Havel: What is Anarchism
Anarchism may be briefly defined as the negation of all government and all authority of man over man; Communism as the recognition of the just claim of each to the fullest satisfaction of all his needs, physical, moral and intellectual.
Anarchism is not only a beautiful philosophy of life but it is also the only logical theory for an economically and intellectually free society.
In Anarchism, however, the individual is to refind himself, and to become a conscious molder of the conditions fo life.
dwardmac.pitzer.edu /Anarchist_Archives/bright/havel/whatis.html   (7213 words)

  
 The Nature of Politics
This is the main common ground between anarchism and some concepts of Marxism (Sargent, 1996: p.
Anarchism encourages a diversity of opinion as an ideological necessity, so the very nature of anarchy would lead to a greater general involvement in politics.
Social movements such as feminism have a diversity within themselves, with differing opinions and a large number of small groups.
www.angelfire.com /in/roachworld/Pe1.html   (2226 words)

  
 Center for a Stateless Society » About Market Anarchism
Market Anarchism is the doctrine that the legislative, adjudicative, and protective functions unjustly and inefficiently monopolised by the coercive State should be entirely turned over to the voluntary, consensual forces of market society.
Anarchism generally postulates the abolition of such imposition and asserts the moral superiority of order arising naturally from the freely chosen actions of all.
It is expected that a stateless society would have diverse aspects that could be characterized as both "socialistic" and "capitalistic" (depending on how one defines those terms) within a framework of strict voluntarism.
c4ss.org /about-market-anarchism   (2508 words)

  
 Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism by Rudolf Rocker
Anarchism is a definite intellectual current of social thought, whose adherents advocate the abolition of economic monopolies and of all political and social coercive institutions within society.
This disposes also of the theory maintained by Marx and his followers that the state, in the form of a proletarian dictatorship, is a necessary transitional stage to a classless society, in which the state, after the elimination of all class conflicts and then the classes themselves, will dissolve itself and vanish from the canvas.
Anarchism found a valuable exponent in Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921), who set himself the task of making the achievements of modern natural science available for the development of the sociological concept of Anarchism.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/rocker-rudolf/misc/anarchism-anarcho-syndicalism.htm   (11870 words)

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