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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.
This class does not currently have a facilitator/instructor.
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 [| Discuss] tab.
Session One was February 1st.
- 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")
- the function of government
- a brief evaluation of whether government actually achieves these functions
Session Two was February 8th.
- Forms of government
- Structures of government
- The Perfect Form of Government
Session Three has been cancelled, until a reliable facilitator/instructor can be found.
Suggestions for discussion so far are:
- How Anarchy deals with the majority vs. the minority
- Specific examples of anarchy in action
Anyone is welcome to attend as many or as few sessions as they like, regardless of
- prior experience in social sciences or political activism
- current employment within the government
- subservience to any other political or social ideology
However, forming a logical argument, keeping an open mind, and maintaining intellectual honesty and ethics are strongly encouraged.
If you have to ask this question, you haven't been paying attention.
It has been brought to Reverend Mik's attention (and that of several members and regular users) that the term "anarchy" is being used improperly. Rather than ascribe negative motivations for this misuse of the term, Reverend Mik chose to assume that it was a question of a lack of education or information and volunteered to teach this class.