grj456 OP wrote

you know that for a hierarchy (in the anarchist sence) to exist there needs to be 2 groups of people and a gatekeeping power right? What would the two groups of people be in your examples? patricians and plebians?

This isn't correct. For example, the hierarchy between a parent and a child or a mentor and an apprentice, or a traffic officer and a driver.


grj456 OP wrote

The tax collection can be fully automated - taxes on goods sold, on public and private transport / fuel, on property, on utilities. No reason to appoint officers to collect it after the fact when it can be automatically withdrawn by an algorithm during each transaction.


grj456 wrote

Reply to by !deleted31467

Hierarchy will never go away as we secretly all love it a little too much. It delineates what is valid vs non-valid in our eyes and projects the illusion of meaning and depth to otherwise meaningless phenomena.

Thank you, I'm so glad someone has the bravery to say it here.