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What would you consider to be "orthodox anarchism"?

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If, by orthodox, we mean the consistency of anarchism, then it seems to me that the orthodox anarchist takes greater care to develop an all embracing ethics of anti-authoritarianism. If this is what it means, then my second question is: does post-anarchism not reveal itself as an orthodox anarchism rather than a more simple "beyond" anarchism?

Thanks for your thoughts.
asked Jun 2, 2010 by Saint_Schmidt (2,230 points)

2 Answers

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there is no orthodox anarchism. there are many points of difference between classics like Bakunin, Kropotkin, Malatesta and Stirner. If so called "post-anarchism" wants to identify "orthodox" anarchism is because it needs such a thing to present itself as interesting and as a "new" exciting thing.
answered Aug 1, 2011 by iconoclast (3,250 points)
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There's no such thing. Post-Anarchism isn't even a thing, they're lying to you!
answered May 23, 2012 by Broner (1,060 points)