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ziq wrote

I actually think that the concept can be radically interpreted in the favor of Anarchist praxis.

A "temporary' state..?

How should communities decide upon matters in the absence of democracy?

w/democracy

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ziq wrote (edited )

It does address it or I wouldn't have linked you to it. Now you're just asking me to repeat myself. Here:

"Instead of a large group laboring to make democracy work so they can agree on a course of action, it would be far more productive for smaller groups made up of people with shared interests to splinter off and co-operate to follow their own plans that require no compromise because their interests are already aligned."

I don't know how to make my perspective clearer than that.

you could always just call me a "tankie"

When did I call you a tankie? I just pointed out your argument was no different than the 'withering away of the state' promise.

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ziq wrote

How are the smaller groups to come to decisions

By talking to each other.

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