By Peter Gelderloos
This ebook takes examples from world wide, deciding on via background and anthropology, displaying that individuals have, in numerous methods and at diversified occasions, verified mutual relief, self-organization, autonomy, horizontal choice making, and so forth--the rules that anarchy is based on--regardless of whether or not they known as themselves anarchists or no longer. Too good documented to be strictly mythology, and too generalized to be strictly anthropology, this is often an inspiring solution to the folks who say that anarchists are utopian: a point-by-point creation to how anarchy can and has really labored.
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I will attempt to show, in the case of England, why this might be so. During this period, a model of the self as unique and continuous in the identity of its actions across time and space displaced earlier notions of the self as performative, improvisational, and discontinuous. Residual elements of this performative self were transcoded as markers of homosexuality, making them available for appropriation by an early homosexual subculture like the mollies, which became visible in London around 1700.
SEEING AKIMBO: THE ARISTOCRATIZATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY While the etymology of the word “akimbo” is uncertain, it seems to have been closely aligned with the Middle English words for a crooked stick or piece of wood (cammock or cambok). ” For the purposes of this essay, it is sufficient to note that there was something “bent” about setting the arm akimbo. In 1644, Bulwer cautioned the speaker against standing with arms akimbo: “To set the arms agambo or aprank, and to rest the turned-in back of the hand upon the side is an action of pride and ostentation, unbeseeming the hand of an orator” (219).
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Anarchy Works by Peter Gelderloos