yes, I just read The Dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin and here i will collect ideas and links on anarchism
thanks Ursula you made anarchism real and now I got interested in it. Can Anarres be generalized?
first, complete isolation, there’s also the Berlin Wall in reverse, the incipit so metaphysical
second, Anarres is a tough planet, survival forsters solidarity, cooperation, respnsibility
but if you start with a language created from sscratch, no money, no private ownership and no family you can still create a mix that works
I love the idea of cooperatives, associtaion and similar which manage the economy and the needs of the people. L Guin hints at technology helping total decentralization and we should be there with our technology now, anarchists using slack and CRM software. Ah no, no money, no private property, non customers 🙂
so there is freedom, there is a tension keeping the society alive, there s the need to survive. Over time though the decentrilized associations ossify, become bureacratic, freedom is stifled. So, permnent revolution
Anarres is “Scarcity Anarchism”, a few year later Murray Bookchin introduces the idea of Post-scarcity Anarchism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-Scarcity_Anarchism worth spending some time on it. In SF an oft quoted example opf post-scarcity anarchism is the Culture world of Ian M. Banks where humans have gone past the limits of need and things come easy, but also funnily-named spacewships are intelligent and a sort of mighty species by itself. BTW is Musk a post-scarcity anarchist because he give Culture-sounding names to his missiles ?