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ravengrace wrote

I agree with that first part. But when I say chaos I'm talking about disorganization and randomness. For a lot of people chaos means violence and abuse. Chaos is a part of life like sadness etc doesn't mean I'm looking for it. It could literally mean anything so I think its kind of pretentious to say you like chaos while some people do live in chaos and don't want to. But I think maybe we are defining chaos differently :)

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ravengrace wrote

Also I I think of being in an abusive relationship ... That feeling where you don't know what to expect. Thats what I equate to chaos. I understand how destruction is part of creation but the world is the destruction side , I'm the creation side . When I destroy, I also create. But I'm just not looking for things that destroy me.

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ravengrace wrote (edited )

I still think equating anarchy with chaos is ancappy

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thelemotta wrote

Nowadays I tend to draw my anarchist theoretical view from a mystical / spiritual perspective, i.e. i constantly borrow concepts from Taoism and poetry. Chaos is one of those concepts, can equates to Dao in my view.

amongstclouds did a good job explaining scientific concepts that I find useful when thinking about Chaos and what we can incorporate from there. Psychology, Jung, Reich and others transpersonal psychologists ( I'm a low-speed reader, and the book pile is always growing) can give wonderful insights.

I personally tend to be idealistic and dragged to romanticism for my own good, so sorry for my badtrip about Chaos hahaha.

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thelemotta wrote

Or monarchists, aristocrats and weird fash. Sadly this kind of field, specifically occultism tend to orbitate rich bourgeois and authoritarian people.

I'm glad that you are here too! :)

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