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Do anarchists think they are making anarchist society more likely when they act - either individually or in aggregate?

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asked May 12, 2013 by anonymous

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Probably some anarchists do.

For myself, I don't think I am making an anarchist society more likely when I act in accordance with my anarchism, but rather that I create moments of anarchy - living and acting by myself or with others as I choose without regard to legality or illegality, moralism, or economic value.

If these things happening creates feedback which expands these moments in to larger and larger rifts of anarchy, that is great and so be it, but i don't think we are somehow working to actively bring some sort of anarchist future in to being necessarily.

Does this answer what you were wondering?
answered May 12, 2013 by ingrate (20,130 points)
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