Tag: rules
Dominación, jerarquía, autoridad, reglas, “justificación” y la carga de la prueba
Alex Aragona. Artículo original: Domination, Hierarchy, Authority, Rules, “Justification,” and The Burden of Proof, del 14 de octubre de 2022. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Noam Chomsky, autodenominado anarquista, presenta el anarquismo como: Principalmente [una] tendencia que sospecha y es escéptica de la dominación, la autoridad y la jerarquía. Busca estructuras de jerarquía y…
Domination, Hierarchy, Authority, Rules, “Justification,” and The Burden of Proof
Noam Chomsky, a self-described anarchist, presents anarchism as:  Primarily [a] tendency that is suspicious and skeptical of domination, authority, and hierarchy. It seeks structures of hierarchy and domination in human life over the whole range, extending from, say, patriarchal families to, say, imperial systems, and it asks whether those systems are justified. It assumes that…
Force Rules Everything Around Us
A little ways into The Utopia of Rules, an anarchist critique of state and corporate bureaucracy, author David Graeber asks, “Why are we so confused about what police really do?” It’s an important question, as the problem of police violence and impunity in America can no longer be ignored. For far too long, argues Graeber,…
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