ana003: Antarchitecture | Anarchic Alternatives

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Introduction to the philosophy of anarchism, and an exploration of anarchic approaches to developing the built environment. This is the third and final episode in the Foundations Series.

The Scales Framework rises from the ashes of #ana002 to make it’s heroic final stand against tyranny. A non-aggresive heroic final stand, of course.

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View full show notes at anarchitecturepodcast.com/ana003.

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Intro

Ant colonies are often seen as the archetype of a top-down, centralized society. Is this really the secret to their success?

Discussion

Three possibilities for an anarchic society

No more initiation of force

Unanimous consent

Rethinking legitimacy

What Anarchism is not

Chaos

Lawlessness

Might makes Right

Pacifism

A complete moral theory

Minarchy

Libertarianism

Pro-big business

Anti-big business

The Left-Right paradigm

Expanding the political spectrum: The Means and Ends chart

Example: Oil or Gas Pipeline

Example: Nature Reserve

Return of The Scales Framework

House Scale

Anarcho-parenting

Resilience

Property Scale

Home Security

Neighborhood Scale

Anarcho-party crashing

Anarcho-Playgrounds

Anarcho-Trash removal

The solution to boundary conflicts

Voluntary communities

Metropolis Scale

But who will build the roads?

Anarcho-Sewage

Monopoly and competition

Anarcho-Police

Anarcho-Firefighters

Region Scale

Anarcho-Electricity Networks

Remote land development and distorted markets

Anarcho-Immigration

Anarcho-Tourism

Global Scale

International relations are anarchic

“Free Trade” or 15th century mercantilism?

No State, no war?

Conclusion

Links/Resources

Recipe for Certified Organic Non-GMO Quinoa Chips

Who are the people in your neighborhood?

It’s real, folks. But not endangered.

The solution is always shrubbery

Anarcho-privacy in Australia

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