Wednesday, April 15, 2009

the war on autonomy

anarchy and chaos in black communities, robert a. wicks.
People often use anarchy and chaos interchangeably. They refer to civil unrest as "anarchy, total chaos." As an anarchist of the anarcho-libertarian variety myself, naturally, this habit irks me. Anarchy is simply the absence of forceful authority. Chaos is disorder. The two things can coexist, but it may be shocking to some to find that the presence of the one does not imply the presence of the other.

here's a good one for, y'know, them conservative libertarian types.

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