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Malatesta – Anarchy Part III

This is a continuation of Anarchy Part I and Anarchy Part II, which Errico Malatesta called his greatest work… “…We know well how in social economy theories are too often invented to justify facts, that is, to defend privilege and … Continue reading

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Optimistic Musings

What is the point of defining/seeking truth in like of the Hsi-Westbrook Theory of Wrongness? I think that this answer can also be divided, similarly to words/concepts, into the practical (literal) and the philosophical. The response will contradict itself. The … Continue reading

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