The condition of anarchy doesn't specifically describe the qualities of any world. Anarchy is fundamentally the world of possibility. It is everything that we are not... everything that can not be or refuses to be ruled. Anarchism values this wild freedom for innumerable reasons; but, ultimately for the constant chance to make life better according to the will of those who, in association, can create that world. It is the ideal of diverse individuals, conditioned as they may be, coming together and chasing the pursuit of happiness without bounds. It is De Sade as much as it is Rousseau: the respect of both individuals and groups striving to find personal and communal fulfillment on a planet of finite resources and billions of people. Anarchists can create both hell and heaven; but, for the anarchist this is at least liberty. And, for those faithful in the determined desires of humanity, this is ideal. Any perspective from the ideal of 'the world' will ultimately hate anarchy.. but for those lovers of honesty - the worst pain is in-consequent to the greatest liberty.