I have always been a huge fan of leftism, and anarcho-communism in particular. I get the hate for stirner; i love his edge and way of looking at things but def dislike some of his morals lol. I love The Conquest of Bread (1906), HATE Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution and like Post-Scarcity Anarchism. Desert by anonymous was a huge disappointment and sadly I'm not looking forward to seeing more nihilism creep into the next chapter of anarchism. I've read what David Graeber intended to write next and I wish to god he had gotten to do it!
I've read every book of every great ancom dozens of times and absolutely LOVE Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin's optimistic view of the future. I love the idea of building a society not for money but just to celebrate the incredible human spirit and meet new comrades to expand our understanding of science and the universe.
In middle school/high school anarchism basically saved my life (not to be dramatic lol). Basically I'm bored and lonely and was hoping to start some kind of appreciation/philosophical convo about anarchism and/or leftism in general.
I love Noam Chomsky and William Gillis but am not a fan of Bob Black. My black cat's name is Johann Kaspar Schmidt :)