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anarchism Comrade 12/31/2018 (Mon) 23:21:33 [Preview] No. 7351
im a leftist but i honestly hate anarchism how do you think a society with no government or rules would ever work evil deeds would be rampant you cant rely on the good will of people there will always be evil people out there
I think a world without rules would end up like Lord of the Flies, I never read the book but I have heard comparisons to the novel.
>Wonders if I should read the book.
itt people that don't know what anarchism is or means
Anarchy is an inherently transitionary stage between stable forms of government.

Anarchy is what happens during revolutions between the fall of an old regime and when the new regime is established enough to begin to perform the functions of government. (a billion and one exceptions apply because politics is not an exact science)

What people like to call anarchism is actually a form of minimalist government that performs the basic functions needed for a society to function. And before you ask a council of elders or town hall meetings are forms of government.
OP cannot type and doesn't know what anarchism is.
He had been droning along about "value," comparing the Marxist theory with the orthodox "use" theory. Mr. Dubois had said, "Of course, the Marxian definition of value is ridiculous. All the work one cares to add will not turn a mud pie into an apple tart; it remains a mud pie, value zero. By corollary, unskillful work can easily subtract value; an untalented cook can turn wholesome dough and fresh green apples, valuable already, into an inedible mess, value zero. Conversely, a great chef can fashion of those same materials a confection of greater value than a commonplace apple tart, with no more effort than an ordinary cook uses to prepare an ordinary sweet.

"These kitchen illustrations demolish the Marxian theory of value -- the fallacy from which the entire magnificent fraud of communism derives -- and to illustrate the truth of the common-sense definition as measured in terms of use."

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