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An_Old_Big_Tree OP wrote

Ok so what I liked about this is something I've enjoyed thinking about for some months now.

Thought it doesn't use the language, I think it frames worthwhile forms of violence and weapons in terms of prefiguration and pragmatics.

That conversation is an important continuation of the one we find in Against The Logic of The Guillotine. (re guillotines vs molotovs, for example)

Which is in turn more generally reflected in an anti-civ critique of technology - one of the most interesting ones for me - that the tools we use prefigure the society we have, that the values and sets of relations they engender are critical to our politics as anarchists.