[ UK /ˈænəkˌɪzəm/ ]
  1. a political theory favoring the abolition of governments
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How To Use anarchism In A Sentence

  • Though mistrust of the state and a desire for cheap and limited government is a commonplace in the British political tradition, formal anarchism has received little support.
  • From the anarchism of his youth to the apocalyptic Catholicism of later years, McAuley always found it hard to resist the lure of revolutionism.
  • Its consequences are hostility to the strong state and vanguard party and sympathy with pluralism and perhaps forms of anarchism.
  • While El Socialista and other socialist periodicals were appealing to working-class Spaniards, anarchism, intent on capturing the same audience, was also taking root in Spain.
  • In the Romantic era one finds numerous anticipations of Marx and his sociopolitical critique, as well as early versions of socialism, communism, anarchism, and social democracy.
  • Obviously trying to recruit from the anti-globalisation movement, they yet again try to rubbish anarchism.
  • It is as if the early engagement of many of them with anarchism had left behind a permanent repugnance for the political struggle.
  • People begin to realise that while anarchism may be the most beautiful and self-consistent political idea out there, the process of actually making it happen would be utterly horrific.
  • But did these traditional anarchists actually agree with contemporary social anarchists’ interpretive claims about the meaning of the term anarchism, or the essential features of the anarchist tradition? Benjamin Tucker on Anarcho-Capitalism
  • Johnson of Cheshire: that he was himself likely the compiler of the four parts of _The Merry-Thought_ and that, whatever the individual versifiers may have intended, this infamous collection of graffiti -- _as collection_ -- shares very closely with Johnson’s other work a spirit of wild variety, eccentric juxtaposition, and essential anarchism that is meant to lead, not to clever parody of polite literature, but to a new, almost apocalyptic vision of the sublime. The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany Parts 2, 3 and 4
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