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Anarchy 101 is class and/or seminar discussing what anarchy is, the principles and philosophies behind anarchy, and how anarchy impacts the individuals and groups within the anarchy.
 
 
'''Anarchy 101''' is class and/or seminar discussing what anarchy is, the principles and philosophies behind anarchy, and how anarchy impacts the individuals and groups within the anarchy.
 
  
  
 
== Facilitator/Instructor ==
 
== Facilitator/Instructor ==
  
This class does not currently have a facilitator/instructor.
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The class will be facilitated by [[User:Reverend_Mik|Reverend Mik]], who uses a combination of Socratic method, class/audience participation, and role-play scenarios in order to help people understand what the subject means and does not mean.
  
 
== Schedule ==
 
== Schedule ==
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Anarchy 101 is a recurring event, currently scheduled for Fridays from 19:00 to 21:00 in the Church room at Noisebridge.  
 
Anarchy 101 is a recurring event, currently scheduled for Fridays from 19:00 to 21:00 in the Church room at Noisebridge.  
  
You can add information or suggestions for topics on the [[https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Talk:Anarchy_101 | Discuss]] tab.
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=== Session 1 ===
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Session One will be February 1st.  
  
=== Session 1 ===
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We will be going over the responsibilities of the facilitator/instructor, the responsibilities of the participants, and some basic guidelines regarding process and behavior within the class.
Session One was February 1st.
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Some of the topics we will discuss at this point is:
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* Pseudo-intellectualism and Monochromism
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* Intellectual Honesty
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* The Usual Error
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* The importance of communication
  
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We will also be going over the following subjects:
 
* What does anarchy mean? (and why it always bad, besides "because the media says so")
 
* What does anarchy mean? (and why it always bad, besides "because the media says so")
 
* What is government? (and why it always always good, besides "because the government says so")
 
* What is government? (and why it always always good, besides "because the government says so")
 
* the function of government
 
* the function of government
 
* a brief evaluation of whether government actually achieves these functions
 
* a brief evaluation of whether government actually achieves these functions
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If we have time we will also go over the concept of a bureaucracy and what the theoretical purpose of a bureaucracy is, and what is the current empirical purpose of a bureaucracy.
  
  
 
=== Session 2 ===
 
=== Session 2 ===
Session Two was February 8th.
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Session Two is tentatively scheduled for February 8th. We will be discussing:
 
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* Bureaucracy; what it is supposed to be, what it is, and what it can not be. (if not covered the previous session)
* Forms of government
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* What is the difference between a ruler and a leader?
* Structures of government
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* What are the differences between responsibility, privilege, rights, obligations, and duties?
* The Perfect Form of Government
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* Can power exist without oppression?
 
 
=== Session 3 ===
 
Session Three has been cancelled, until a reliable facilitator/instructor can be found.
 
 
 
=== Future Sessions ===
 
Suggestions for discussion so far are:
 
 
 
* How Anarchy deals with the majority vs. the minority
 
* Specific examples of anarchy in action
 
  
 
== Who? ==
 
== Who? ==

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