sábado, 18 de junho de 2011

What is anarchism?

Anarchism is a political-philosophy that is based on not accepting any kind of power and hierarchy as a mode of social organization. With the actions and organizational methods guided by the free organization and autonomous initiative and voluntarily.
Anarchism does not permit any form of government and authoritarianism, always focusing on their actions to eliminate any form of government and domination. The organizational hierarchy is not tolerated, whatever the model, the political anarchist. Every form of organization necessarily have to be open and accept spontaneously, organizations must be libertarian organizations.
The word anarchy has distorted its meaning because of strong advertising around the beginning of the twentieth century made by governments and the church, and commonly misused to this day. Not being understood in its etymology and neither in the political context it represents.
Anarchy denotes lack of restraint, the absence of a repressive power consists, not lack of order. Anarchy is largely synonymous with the highest expression of the organizational, as advocated an autonomous management of its participants, the freedom of each Initiative for maintaining the common good of the community, without however compromising the rights and individual needs. As can only be a strong bond of solidarity between social actors, because each must look after their welfare and the common welfare in an anarchist society.
For the formatting of an anarchic society is needed radical change and track the state of affairs, ie a social revolution. The way you can establish an anarchist society is a matter that has different opinions, which gave rise to many propositions philosophical strands of political thought.
As the labor movement, the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, libertarian and trade unions were very important to make this debate, which arose as part anarchist movement of workers' struggle, the anarchosyndicalism and the many theorists and anarchist thinkers. Among these issues are the need for a configuration set for anarchist organizations, their economic relations, educational and social.
Anarchism proposes solutions to the problems of injustice, authoritarianism and social inequality, baptized in the idea of freedom and equal rights for all. By refusing any form of power and domination that promotes the possibility of setting a higher form of human organization, without universal suffrage without dictatorship or fascism. We do not need leaders or leaders, we are able to follow our own path where the right of everyone is respected and understood the duties as a caring relationship and necessary for maintaining the common good, where the responsibilities of each are always chosen so autonomously, without any subordination to constituted authority.
Anarchism and it may be but, according to the understanding and comprehension of those who intend to live haphazardly.

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