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A Parable of Tendency

The story goes like this: A mountain-island stands rigid over the shores of the infinite sky and sea. The mountain wears a crown and holds a magical sword over its head. This blade, when struck upon the waters (both cloud and ocean alike) the heavens thunder into rain, and the water becomes great cliff-walls of […]

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Advertising Anarchy

Throughout history Anarchism and Anarchies have long been known to appear and explode as vibrant as it is sporadic. At its most practical, it has been long defined by bursts of activity and small, however self-professing or simply resemblant it is. Most of this intermittent yet persistent attitude is brought by the movement’s preference for […]

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Being forced to do anything, with anyone

So anarchy‚Äôs all about doing whatever the hell we want, right? Before answering that, let me go on a bulky tangent about why group projects suck. A general problem amongst group projects (i.e why they suck) tends to be with people. Modern white collar work ethic tells us to be flexible with people and work […]

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Markets toward Communism

Originally by Mutual (@mutual_ayyde). Posted on 12/3/17. || Anarchist anthropologist David Graeber coined the phase “baseline communism” to refer to exchanges made between individuals that cannot be submitted to the logic of the cash nexus. The infinitesimal cost to me when you borrow my pencil makes keeping track of how often you use it […]