also recently revised my translation of Albert Libertad's (grim) "[The Legend of Christmas](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/working-translations/albert-libertad-the-legend-of-christmas-1899/)" and wrapped both up in more festive formats. *Merry Anarchy
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Some very broad, general thoughts on some basic anarchist concepts.
>[...] > >Besançon, on the contrary, following the Kropotkins, the Tolstoys, the Recluses, the Malatestas, the Goris
The first of two posts discussing the rationale for our *idiosyncratic survey* of the anarchist
This is a collection of short items translated from "l'en dehors," highlighting some regular
This is a revised and expanded version of a piece some of you will already
This is the end, for now, of the series on "a schematic anarchism."
with thanks to u/humanispherian
Louis Moreau contributed woodcuts to *l'en dehors* and other anarchist periodicals, as well as
More from the pre-Proudhon period. From Etienne de la Boétie to Sylvain Maréchal, with
A new translation: "Our individualism is not an individualism of the cemetery, an individualism of
An end, for now, of our examination of philosophical anarchism, as we set up a
Positing the first of a series of "possible anarchisms" and enlisting the help of a
New translation: A chapter from the introduction to Alfred Fouillée's "Nietzsche and Immoralism," on
More on "philosophical anarchism."
A new translation, part of the debate about illegalism in "L'Anarchie."
This is perhaps of less general interest than the "Constructing Anarchisms" material, but it's
The conclusion, at least for now, of the "Margins and Problems" survey and some thoughts
Some background on the "possible anarchisms" approach and a tease about some of the directions
Concluding the discussion started in "The Bilge-Rat's Gambit."
anywhere near correct that it is various forms of something like *[escheat](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/featured-articles/escheat-and-anarchy/)* that connects the various kinds of exploitation that we currently experience, then I am probably not too far wrong ... match our available resources with our needs and desires. [Note on Mutualism and the Market-Form](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/note-on-mutualism-and-the-market-form/) (2020) >*Archic* social organization seems to quite consistently depend on a particular conception of social collectivities ... flung knowledge necessary as context for sound, responsible local action. [Archy vs. Anarchy](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/featured-articles/archy-vs-anarchy-notes/), Shawn P. Wilbur (2020) *** >I wrote in 1840 that profession of political faith, as remarkable for its brevity