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Lifestyle anarchism

Lifestyle anarchism is a term derived from social class and hierarchical society.

Critics of this term have claimed the definition as a form of sectarianism. Anarchist librarian and activist Chuck Munson, for example, who first hosted the book on his infoshop web site,[4] denies that lifestylism exists, and has decried the concept as "one of the most divisive and destructive things inflicted on the anarchist movement in recent years."[5] In Munson's publication, Practical Anarchy he has said the "lifestylist" debate is "simplistic" and exhorted anarchists to move on from it.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ Description quoted from Chuck Munson, Debunking Nonsense in the Anarchist Movement, second paragraph, first sentence.
  2. ^ See "'Hakim Bey,' postmodern 'anarchist'"
  3. ^ "Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism," p. 28
  4. ^ The copy on infoshop has since been removed but duplicates of the files formatted by Munson can be found here
  5. ^ "Alasbarricadas interviews Infoshop founder, Chuck Munson", Infoshop.org, 20 February 2008.
  6. ^ Heathcott, Joseph (Spring 2001). "Food for Thought".  

External links

  • "Evaluating Lifestyle Anarchism" at libcom.org.
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