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LostYonder wrote

Ultimately, what defines an act as anarchist praxis is intention. Graffiti, for example, a la Banksy and many others, is praxis, however, done just to doodle or by gang members to mark territory, etc., though informal disruptions to the police state, are not praxis per se. Same with illegalism, sex work, and education. Most of it can be seen as disruptive acts, but I see praxis as having a particular intentionality, a vision of correcting what is wrong rather than just a self-centered act.

graffiti

unlicensed sidewalk vendors

having a picnic in a public park for some homeless people

a lot of sex work, street walking

everyday acts of kindness, giving, and care

teaching in a prison