On two separate laneway walls off Rose St. So what is anarchy then? Apparently, it’s the ‘second face of capitolization (sic)’. Anarchy evidently started in the classroom. These anarchists won’t get far in a capitalist world with such poor communication skills…

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  • 8 September 2010 at 3:44 pm
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    So what is anarchy then?

    while anarchy is in popular culture associated with chaos, disorder and lawless environment, the true definition of anarchy.

    the word itself comes for ancient Greek word meaning without authority/rule. There are a few different concepts of anarcy as it is evolved philosophical concept.

    essentially, anarchy imay refer to the idea that people would better profit without a government of any kind. Anarchists believe that most people can govern themselves and would be happier doing so.

    A social state in which there is no governing person or group of people, but each individual has absolute liberty (without the implication of disorder), but is bound by a social code

    perhaps we should ask why we instantly link anarchy to disorder as it essentialy mean that us humans are unable to live together unless we have government to tell us what to and not to do.

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