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June 29 2011

RTFM: Hallo LulzSec, mal Bakunin lesen

Michail Alexandrowitsch Bakunin (1814–1876) war ein russischer Revolutionär und Anarchist. Er gilt als einer der einflussreichsten Denker der anarchistischen Bewegung und als deren erster Organisator.


(Gefunden bei i12bent)

Reposted fromglaserei glaserei

March 29 2011



The late 1960s were heady years for the libertarian left. A new generation of radicals had gone through a rapid education that skipped both orthodox Marxism and traditional anarchism, plunging straight into the dialectics of liberation, Fanonism, International Situationism and more. Under this influence a group of us – in criminology, of all places – had begun to question the assumptions and boundaries of our academic discipline. Some of us looked for links to the anarchist tradition and, briefly, flirted with the late 19th-century idea of the criminal as crypto-revolutionary hero.

What attracted us to anarchism? There were three obvious affinities: first, the distrust of all authority,; second, the undermining of professional power (Illich-style de-schooling, anti-psychiatry); finally, most obviously, the critique of the state, especially its power to criminalise and punish.


Stan Cohen - Diary: The gradual anarchist | New Humanist - Volume March - April 2010
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