Re: [smygo] Re: [NAASN] New book by Yale anarchist James C Scott
- I prefer the term "outlier" anarchist. This includes liberal anarchists and
those who have an affinity for anarchism but don't understand it completely
or uncomfortable with its implications.
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 3:15 PM, <uri@...> wrote:
> fair point - although one can tenably believe that the state *should* be
> abolished without believing that it ever *will* happen.
> Drwdprice@... wrote:
> > In a message dated 12/5/12 8:40:29 AM, uri@... writes:
> >> �Unlike the anarchists, I don�t believe the state will ever be
> >> abolished,
> >> �
> >> he said in the interview. �It�s a matter of taming it�
> > Clearly an "anarchist" who is not an anarchist. Nor does the interview
> > say whether he is against capitalism in any way. At best, a reformist
> > decentralist. Doesn't mean he may not have something useful to say, but
> > we
> > should be clear that he is not a revolutionary anarchist.
> > Wayne Price
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