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If first wave anarchism can loosely be summarized as left-anarchism, and second wave anarchism then loosely identified as post-left anarchism, in what way do you see a new shift in anarchist thought, if at all? Are there any authors in particular who you think are especially challenging post-left ideas? Or perhaps you have your own ideas that you see as a radical break from the old?
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Why would post-left be considered it's own wave? The critiques/ideas within it aren't new or unique, historically speaking. Post-left folk sometimes come off like Jordan Peterson to me.

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