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Syzygy wrote

Do Crass lyrics count?

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halfway_prince wrote

Some might not say it counts, but I would say that the dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin is effectively anarchist theory. Definitely still seriously resonates with me.

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loukanikos wrote

Legitimately cannot remember. I never finished the conquest of bread but that may have been my introduction

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black_fox OP wrote

Conquest of Bread was the first theory i remember reading, outside of like, Crimethinc posters

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subrosa wrote

Emma Goldman's essay collection is what I consider my introduction. Though I read some Robert Anton Wilson and Noam Chomsky, and went through wiki pages on Kropotkin and some syndicalists before that, Goldman caused me to dig deeper. Reading CrimethInc then caused me to go all-in, they brought everything together.

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moonlune wrote

ahh yes, wiki pages... I spend hours browsing wiki pages. Most of my knowledge on everything comes from wiki pages.

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moonlune wrote

First was an anarchist faq. Second was emma goldman's anarchism and other essays.

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ziq wrote

walden

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black_fox OP wrote

damn i guess that would be my first if i ever finished it

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Kinshavo wrote (edited )

I think I have the same impression, have I ever finished Walden? I do read some chapters time to time (at least I used to read).

Each part have different flavor, I n ver could read it in "sequence". Anyway a great influence on my thoughts

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ziq wrote

on second thought, it was the lottery

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AnarchoDoom wrote

Bakunin.

Not the best, I know... yet still better than the Bread Book or even Proudhon or Tolstoy.

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