Post-anarchism anarchy is often defined in relation to poststructuralist and postmodernist political philosophies (specifically, the varieties found in the writings of Todd May, Saul Newman, and Lewis Call). But perhaps it would be more fruitful to extend the post-anarchist analysis to include all those variants of anarchist thought which have interrogated the tradition from the inside (such as, for example, Bob Black and Hakim Bey's 'Type-3 anarchism', Jason McQuinn's 'Post-Left anarchy', Aragorn! and HPWombat's 'nihilist anarchism', etc.
Some of the questions I would like to think about is: How can we begin to think postanarchism anarchy in new, dangerous, ways?, How can we begin to bring post-anarchism (particularly its current fixation with poststructuralist/postmodernist theories) out of the academy and into the broader discussion?
I encourage you to join the discussion, contribute by posting questions, thoughts, blogs, essays, etc, to try to work through some of these ideas.
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