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subrosa wrote

greater picture' being painted here, or where the whole thing is going exactly — the '[lost continent](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/our-lost-continent/our-lost-continent-episodes-from-an-alternate-history-of-the-anarchist-idea-1840-1934/) journey' has only just begun. We'll see. In regards to entry-points, I feel Part ... Proudhonian synthesis', [menu on the left](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/workshops/workshop-constructing-anarchisms/)) can stand on its own, and should be useful even if you skip on most the suggested readings. With some clicking around on the links integrated

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humanispherian OP wrote (edited )

address specific situations with specifically appropriate practices. "[The Character and Scope of the Mutualist Market](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/the-character-and-scope-of-the-mutualist-market/)" covers some basic issues and "[Collective force: notes on contribution and disposition](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/collective-force-notes-on-contribution-and-disposition/)" is sort

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subrosa wrote

/library/john-moore-anarchist-speculations) >[...] if I am 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 ... specific importance, losing much of the ideological significance that it clearly now bears. [Shawn Wilbur](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/note-on-mutualism-and-the-market-form/)

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subrosa wrote (edited )

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Mutualism: - [Note on Mutualism and the Market-Form](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/note-on-mutualism-and-the-market-form/) - Shawn Wilbur's *libertarian labyrinth* project helped me 'place' Mutualism when I first started reading about it. Lots of material on the site

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subrosa wrote

this is where Shawn's 'neo-Proudhonian' stuff becomes useful. In [Archy vs. Anarchy](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/featured-articles/archy-vs-anarchy-notes/), an *external constitution* is contrasted with a *constitution by association*; making a very similar point, with interesting implications

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autonomous_hippopotamus wrote

theanarchistlibrary.net for example all the important historical work that the libertarian labyrinth does. https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org But everything being said it's still a great resource and in lieu of it going down people should still

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subrosa wrote

practices, histories, all revolving around the idea(l) of anarchy (in the [historical, abstract, and resultant](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/featured-articles/anarchy-historical-abstract-and-resultant/) sense of the word), forming a body and/or tradition. My anarchism: From all of the above

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ziq OP wrote

serious doubts about the possibility or desirability of anarchy. [Anarchy and Democracy: Examining the Divide](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/anarchy-and-democracy-examining-the-divide/) ... Black: >As (among many others) Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Henry David Thoreau, Mikhail Bakunin, Benjamin Tucker, Errico Malatesta

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Submitted by ziq in Anarchy101

serious doubts about the possibility or desirability of anarchy. [Anarchy and Democracy: Examining the Divide](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/contrun/anarchy-and-democracy-examining-the-divide/) ... Black: >As (among many others) Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Henry David Thoreau, Mikhail Bakunin, Benjamin Tucker, Errico Malatesta

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Submitted by lastfutures in Anarchism (edited )

hours. He is currently in custody at the 5th arrondissement police station. [Ravachol Not Dead (1975)](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org/working-translations/ravachol-pas-mort-ravachol-not-dead-1975/) What a funny imaginative communique. Apparently a true story

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