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ziq wrote

I feel like you just ignored everything I said.

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crimpsonchin OP wrote

actually, fair enough I read it again and it makes sence.

But you also are kinda saying that the whole existance of anarchy depends on a authority to struggle against, so what happens when the main authority is overthrown?

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ziq wrote

A world with no authority would be what you termed 'full anarchy'; no authority means no state, no prisons, no cops, no rapists, no one that tries to dominate and exploit others.

In other words a fictional utopia that wouldn't even be realistic in a storybook.

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crimpsonchin OP wrote

so what is it you actually strive for realisticly as somthing humanly possible then?

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ziq wrote

Standing up to authority is plenty realistic and done everyday.

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crimpsonchin OP wrote

thats not really a goal for a new society though

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ziq wrote

Anarchy isn't a society...

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crimpsonchin OP wrote

okay but it can replace what was a society. And if its not what is an ideal society then?

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ziq wrote

The garden of Eden?

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martasultan wrote

I always knew the Adamites were right.

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ziq wrote

After reading about the Adamites, I've decided Christianity and anarchy aren't fundamentally opposed after all.

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