This episode fell out of the fact that Bellamy considers himself to be an anarchist, whereas Amory does NOT, even though Bellamy thinks of Amory as one!

After tossing around a couple of mini-topics loosely-related to social and psychological unrest, we get stuck into the main meat of the episode around the 30 minute mark.

[Apologies for the technical issues. These should be resolved by the next recording.]


Setting the scene – light vs. dark – anarchist vs. reactionary

Binge drinking comes to France!

The degeneration of intergenerational community

Bellamy deftly ties it back to the State

Soft power. permissiveness and Brave New World

Why is Anarchism in Teen Vogue?

From Terrorists to Activists in 100 years

Bringing the Fringe into the Fold

Pipers and Catchers

Repackaging and Shaving off the Rough Edges of Ideology

Anarchists as shocktroopers of the Wokeness

A broad-strokes definition of Anarchism

A negative conception?

Ethics vs. anti ethics

Not a complete philosophy of life

Different views of human nature

The individual vs. the collective

Are 90% of ‘anarchists’ just commies?

Bellamy explains why anarcho-communism wouldn’t work

The robust, positive values of Bellamy’s anarchism

Audio version available here

Image: Clyfford Still

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