I see it seems a lot of people have at least semi distanced themselves from Wolfi Landstreicher and his work due to his "controversy" and was wondering if people were aware about this issue of Anarchy: A Journal Of Desire Armed and what they thought of it?
Personally I find it quite strange for people to say they like the work of Wolfi, or other contributors to both this issue and AJODA in general but disagree with this topic. Not because we should have some ideological "faithfulness" to an author but because it seems the arguments laid out in this text are heavily tied to what these authors were writing about (in my eyes that would be complete autonomy, especially for individualists).
For those who are opposed to the ideas laid out in this textand consider yourself influenced by post-left schools of thought I would be interested to hear why/how you reject some of these arguments. And if you are influenced by those who hold these stances, or are associated with them through inclusion in the issue, how you rectify these other ideas with a rejection of those at the center of this issue.
I hope this post doesn't break any rules, I've tried to frame this in a way focusing solely on those who disagree with the subject matter so as to not break any rules, but let me know and I can rake this down, or a mod can if they believe it breaks the rules. But that is not my intention. I have also not included a link to the issue for this reason, if someone can clarify whether or not linking to the issue is allowed ill update with an inclusion of it, but it is easily findable through Google or Archive.org.